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Mississippi River conditions, trucker shortages affect supply chain of materials such as fertilizer, metal, paper and steel coil to the Owensboro Riverport; freight is being diverted from to barge to rail, due to low river levels from severe drought

US Forest Service observes fir die-offs on more than 1.23 million acres in Oregon and Washington in 2022--the largest die-off ever recorded for fir trees in the two states; preliminary findings suggest cause is a combination of drought and diseases

Intensive grassland management impairs the capacity of soils to buffer extreme droughts, which are becoming more frequent and intense, according to new research from the University of Manchester in England

California growers face mounting economic challenges as drought enters fourth year; state’s irrigated farmland declines in 2022 by 752,000 acres, or nearly 10%, from 2019, while crop revenues drop by US$1.7B

Mississippi River rises amid rains, ending drought-induced bottleneck of barge traffic and pushing up prices of corn, soybeans and other commodities; river reached its lowest point in October

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