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Rancho CharandaΒ is a 3-acre farm in Redlands, CA, that grows oranges, tangerines, lemons, avocados, sugarcane, chile peppers, and a wide variety of native California foods, such as cactus paddles, prickly pear, xoconostle, and cholla.

They received a $3,198 grant to purchase a water storage tank and replace their outdated drip irrigation system. Despite running into some pandemic-related supply issues, Rancho Charanda was able to complete their new irrigation system. Owner Paul Rodriguez said that the new irrigation tank will allow them to have access to water even in the triple-digit weather that has become common in summer months.


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