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Do you think the drought is over? Why or why not? 

click to enlarge Tony Hackworth

Tony Hackworth

fire protection

“No, it’s not over. The reason is I think it just did more damage. People weren’t ready for it, so it can happen all over again, … I think it’s just going to lead to worse conditions.”

click to enlarge Christa Lee

Christa Lee

starting over

“Regardless of whether or not the drought is over, I think it’s important to keep that balance in habitats, love unconditionally, and be cognizant of all creatures.”

click to enlarge Michael Foster

Michael Foster


“I don’t think the drought is over. Because we still have a long way to come, even though we’ve had months of rain.”

click to enlarge Ed Griffith

Ed Griffith

bed and breakfast manager

“The drought is not over. We have not had enough rain since 1980!”


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