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Chapter 1, Lesson 3: California's Resources (pp. 21-25)

I. Mining California's Resources

II. Caring for California's Resources

    A. Some resources need to be left alone, such as the trees called sequoias.

    B. California's rich farmlands are another important resource.

    C. Water is the most important resource since California is a very dry state.

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