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APES teachers discuss California’s drought

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Palo Alto’s rivers, including the local San Francisquito Creek, have been recipients of much-needed rain this past winter season. Currently, more than 75 percent of the state has been lifted from a years-long drought, according to The National Drought Mitigation Center.

Hear what Palo Alto High School AP Environmental Science teachers, Alicia Szebert and Nicole Loomis, have to say about the status of California’s drought and recent influx of rain.

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