The drought took a predictably harsh toll on farming and ranching in Marin last year. 

The gross value of agriculture dropped by 5 percent in 2021, the county’s annual crop and livestock report showed. Grass stayed short, wells ran dry and ponds receded, undoing the modest gains reported the previous year. Nearly every crop and product in Marin, from . . .

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