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Going Green: Droughts May Mean Higher Prices At Grocery Stores

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NY1 VIDEO: The Department of Agriculture says that because of drought conditions around the country, residents could see higher prices at the grocery store. Adam Freed of the Nature Conservancy spoke to NY1 about how the higher prices are another reminder of how precious water is as a resource.

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