Preparing for a Future of Perpetual Drought – State of the Planet

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A Missouri cornfield. Photo credit: Theresa L. Wysocki

“While not every American feels the direct effects of the drought, we will all eventually feel it in our pocketbooks when food prices rise.  As much of the U.S. faces a future of perpetual drought, we all need to understand the true value of water and conserve it. Here are 100 ways.For more information about the drought, including up-to-date conditions, forecasting and how to prepare for drought, visit the U.S. Drought Portal  . . . ”    More

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