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They Grow the Nation’s Food, but They Can’t Drink the Water

May 21, 2019 – By Jose A. Del Real, The New York Times – Water is a currency in California, and the low-income farmworkers who pick the Central Valley’s crops know it better than anyone. They labor in the region’s endless orchards, made possible by sophisticated irrigation systems, but at home their faucets spew toxic water tainted by arsenic and fertilizer chemicals.

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