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DEAD HARVEST: National Alliance for Environmental Reform (NAER)

California’s central valley produces a quarter of America’s food, yet nearly a million acres have been forced out of production by federal laws and environmental lawsuits, costing thousands of jobs, with more to follow. When protecting species, should the human species be part of the balance? Take action at NAER.INFO

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With 40% unemployment, the small valley town of Mendota feels the full force of Congressional inaction on the water issue. View "Dead Harvest" at

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