Kansas Dust Bowl Daze Coming Soon?!?

Check more fear regarding skyfall and water drying up in the Heartland . . .

Plummeting water levels. Clogged sprayer nozzles. Then as drought parched southwest Kansas this fall, the well next to his farmhouse in Haskell County began pumping up a muck of sand instead of clear water.

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'This is do or die': Western Kansas farmers push to save the Ogallala aquifer before it's too late

After decades of irrigation, the aquifer that makes life possible in dry western Kansas is reaching a critical point. Several counties have already lost more than half of their underground water. But a new plan could save more of what's left.