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How Is California’s Child Care Sector Faring?

By Sarah Bohn, Julien Lafortune

Jul 7, 2022 ... Parents are back to work, with the share of employed mothers even higher than it was pre-COVID. But job recovery in the child care sector ...


Farming in a State of Extremes

But the ongoing drought is taking a toll on agriculture, related sectors, and rural communities. Join us for a panel discussion about the drought's impacts on ...

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Policy Brief: Drought and California’s Agriculture

By Alvar Escriva-Bou, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Ellen Hanak, John Abatzoglou

Apr 26, 2022 ... ... per unit of water—like fruits, nuts, and vegetables—while maintaining a sizeable share of the nation's dairy and beef cattle production.

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A Shrinking River Inspires Growing Collaboration

By Sarah Bardeen

Jan 24, 2022 ... Kathryn Sorensen and Bill Hasencamp are two experts on the lower Colorado River basin. As water users face steadily declining water levels ...

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Mixed Signals in California’s Labor Market Recovery

By Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Julien Lafortune

Oct 28, 2021 ... How Did California's Economy Recover from COVID—and What Comes Next? photo - Supermarket Worker Arranging Vegetables and Wearing Mask.


Improving California’s Water Market

By Andrew Ayres, Ellen Hanak, Brian Gray, Gokce Sencan ...

Field crops such as grains and alfalfa generally produce less revenue per acre-foot of water used than fruits, nuts, and vegetables (Hanak et al. 2018b).