Clay Scott examines a wheat head from an irrigated wheat field near Ulysses, Kan., on June 9. Scott is already feeling the effects of the depleted Ogallala aquifer, from which he draws water to grow his crops.
Clay Scott examines a wheat head from an irrigated wheat field near Ulysses, Kan., on June 9. Scott is already feeling the effects of the depleted Ogallala aquifer, from which he draws water to grow his crops. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Clay Scott examines a wheat head from an irrigated wheat field near Ulysses, Kan., on June 9. Scott is already feeling the effects of the depleted Ogallala aquifer, from which he draws water to grow his crops. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

The Great Plains’ invisible water crisis

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