Having started my annual summer trip to see family in the Pacific Northwest, it's incredibly depressing to see what's happening to the climate and thus the ecology of the place.
The California drought has not only devastated owners, but the workers who rely upon migrant farm work to survive: On July 11, Camacho was working at a health resource fair.
I know Bob Nolan and the boys long ago taught you that tumbleweeds were a charming part of the West: But in fact, tumbleweeds, actually Russian thistle, is a nasty.
There's no reason to think that the United States is more drought-immune than ancient societies that were destroyed by it: More than 3,200 years ago, life was abuzz in and.
I suppose that maybe this was a misspoken statement, but it certainly seems to fit with the rest of the Republican response to Obama to blame the national drought on.