Source: CBS Sacramento

The recent back-to-back storms are hitting California’s critical agricultural regions, and they may also impact the U.S. food supply.

Supervisor Luis Alejo from Monterey County said, “The pain is going to be prolonged for many weeks and months. This should have been the beginning of the harvest season.”

The relentless rain is flooding crops, evacuating farmworker communities, and delaying the harvest season.

Read the full article