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Climate Change and Your Grocery Bill

Climate Change and Your Grocery Bill
November 2011 in Kirkland

From apples and cherries to hops and wine grapes, agriculture is one of Washington’s most valuable industries. However, our crops rely on water from a winter snowpack that’s especially vulnerable to climate change. Join the U.S. Geological Survey’s Matt Bachmann, Ph.D., to discover how a changing climate will affect local water supplies, the state’s economy, and your grocery bill.

Related:

USGS Yakima River Basin Project website

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