In the fifth year of California's drought, farmers in the San Joaquin Valley are fighting to stay in business. A record breaking number of wells have been drilled as farmers try to access much needed groundwater.
While the economy of California's Central Valley depends on the area's farming industry, there are concerns that the unregulated spike in ground drilling and water pumping has serious implications for wildlife and community access to water.
Sacramento Bee reporter, Ryan Sabalow joined Take Two to discuss the nexus between livelihood and environmental protection.
To hear the interview, click the Blue Arrow above.