California produces most of the nation's fruit, nuts and vegetables. But the state is facing a third year of drought, and most climate scientists agree that California's future looks like less water when and where we need it. Energy Secretary Steven Chu has warned that it might mean the "end of agriculture" in California. But as part of our ongoing Climate Watch series, we find out how some forward-looking farmers are already adapting to a world with less water.
Reporter: Sasha Khokha