This summer, Todd Allen’s only crop will be Pima cotton.
He and his brother, Joel, usually also grow cantaloupes and, later in the season, winter wheat on about 600 acres or so. But this year, they and hundreds of others will get no water from the reservoirs that sustain farming in the Central Valley, where much of the nation’s fresh fruits, nuts and vegetables are grown.
We’d like to take this opportunity to give thanks! We acknowledge and honour the land on which we reside and occupy as part