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'Next California' project turns mid-Mississippi Delta into agricultural backup

Two-thirds of produce grown in the U.S. comes from California, crops threatened by worsening wildfires and drought. But parts of the Mississippi Delta could help protect America's food supply. Tanya Rivero spoke with Aaron Shew, chairman of agricultural economics at Arkansas State University, about how the "Next California" project could help prevent a possible food supply chain disaster.
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