Changing Climate Causing Concern for a Citrus-Growing Icon

In “Is the Ojai Pixie dust?,” published with KQED’s California Report, Lisa Morehouse explains that an ideal climate is what made California’s Ojai Valley known for its Ojai Pixie tangerine. But now that climate is changing, and farmers are worried about the future of agriculture in the valley.

This story was shared to Newslanes (news aggregation website). It was also shared to Environmental Health News‘ website and daily newsletter (July 12).

On Twitter, we saw engagements around the story from North American Agricultural Journalists (NAAJ, 479 followers), Edible Santa Barbara (8,500 followers), Harvest Market (a community market in Hockessin, Delaware, 1,400 followers), and Climate News and Politics (news aggregation, 4,700 followers).

Our media partner for this story, KQED’s California Report, is broadcast on more than 60 public radio stations in California, with more than 330,000 listeners.

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