With a historic drought affecting the Southwest U.S., water shortage issues are becoming an ever increasing concern. Counties are instituting water limitations and metering, and these water restrictions will have a serious effect on agriculture crop production. We’ll look at what’s happening in the most-affected states, and what you can do.
Forecasters continue to predict a wet winter season as a result of El Niño, which could stretch into spring planting next year.
Forecasters say it could be a week of heavy precipitation across the region.
If I’m ever stranded on Mars, I want to be stranded with a farmer — preferably a farmer from West Texas, or maybe southwest Oklahoma.
The likelihood of my being stranded on Mars is about equal to finding a trout stream there. First, I’m too cl...