Watered Once, Or Not At All
Dry Farming is a sustainable water practice where plants are watered once or not at all. Dry farming relies on plant roots following the water table down as it drops throughout the summer. Dry farming encourages soil regeneration and results in a more flavorful product than if irrigated. Wine grapes have been intentionally dry farmed for centuries to get better flavor!
Not only does this sustainable water practice result in delicious food, but it keeps water in rivers for endangered salmon.