Center-pivot irrigators roll over the fortunate fields, while other crops wait for rain. Meanwhile, insects find some green grass, native cup plants reach for the sky, and our local swans are still protecting their four cygnets from predators, hoping to get them to flying size before the marsh dries up.
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Gene R. Stark
A teacher, farmer, trapper, and greenhouse grower. He writes about the outdoors and the people and culture of rural America..