Costs of Quality: Tulare Lake Flooding
Much of California’s most productive farmland has yet to emerge from flooding caused by this winter’s torrential rain and snow storms.
Anticipated snow melt from a snowpack 300% of average threatens to put valley areas under even more water as it begins to flow down from the mountains. The melt exceeds the capacity of lakes, dams, and rivers.
Flooding in the Tulare Lake and Monterey areas in March 2023 ruined many crops. Consumers across the country will feel the impact of higher […]