Two years go, San Francisco-based photographer Thomas Heinser was driving on I-5 in Central Valley on his way to L.A. Citrus groves lined each side of the interstate as he drove, surrounding him with explosions of orange, green, and yellow. But Heinser's attention wasn't drawn to the colors. Instead, what stuck with him was a spot that stood out like a cancer: the crumbling, desiccated ruins of an almond grove, starved of moisture and left to rot.
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