Marin’s annual crop and livestock report showed the county’s agricultural producers largely weathered the pandemic and drought, but the next few years could paint a different picture. The gross value of agricultural production last year went up by about 4 percent from the previous year, reaching almost $102 million. It was the first time the total value . . .

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