More sand to bury the heads of the climate change doubters


It used to be said that rain would follow the plow, but that’s never been true. West Texas farmers always have had a rough go of it in this arid tableland midway between Midland and Lubbock. Cotton growers raise crops with either costly irrigation or the dryland method: Plant and pray for rain. Either way, it’s never easy…. Global weirding’ besieges Texas

Dust Bowl, 1930's. The area currently under drought is in the same general area, but larger. (NASA)
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Author: Bill

Old guy. Native Floridian who likes to take a snapshot now and then.

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