(Advertisement)

Drought to drive up costs of food

No water forces California curbs

Posted: March 16, 2014 at 2:54 a.m.

With 2013 the driest year on record in California, the effect of that state’s drought is trickling down from crops and fields to farmers markets, grocery stores and eventually kitchen tables.

This story is only available from our archives.

Business, Pages 71 on 03/16/2014

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Road-trip guide woos motorcyclists to state

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE - Riders make their way along Dickson Street Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during the 14th annual Bikes, Blues & BBQ motorcycle rally in Fayetteville.

Greg Calhoun estimates that he has been touring the northern third of Arkansas by motorcycle for at least 20 y... Read »

Next Story »

Victim turns inventor to halt wire thefts

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/BENJAMIN KRAIN --3/13/2014--
Lonoke farmers Jerry Kelly, Scott Mitchell and Matt Schafer have partnered with friends to produce and sell a security device to protect their gain bins and water wells from copper thieves. The small device, center, is powered by a 6 year battery and notifies up to 10 contacts the moment the copper is being tampered with.

For Matt Schafer, every night was a $1,000 gamble. He was always afraid that when he awoke, his grain bins wou... Read »