NPR Special Report: California's Central Valley Beyond the glamour of Hollywood and the romance of the Golden Gate Bridge, there is another California -- and it's home to the greatest garden in the world. The 400-mile-long Central Valley supplies fully one-quarter of the food America eats. Now the region faces huge changes. NPR's John McChesney and Richard Gonzales begin a four-part series focusing on the future of California's Central Valley.
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NPR Special Report: California's Central Valley

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NPR Special Report: California's Central Valley

NPR Special Report: California's Central Valley

NPR Special Report: California's Central Valley

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Beyond the glamour of Hollywood and the romance of the Golden Gate Bridge, there is another California — and it's home to the greatest garden in the world. The 400-mile-long Central Valley supplies fully one-quarter of the food America eats. Now the region faces huge changes. NPR's John McChesney and Richard Gonzales begin a four-part series focusing on the future of California's Central Valley.

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