Challenges Continue: How are federal agencies tackling drought in ag communities along Colorado River

RFD-TV’s own Christina Loren reports that after years of hearings, Western Caucus members are finally witnessing federal agencies take action.

Although recent precipitation has temporarily eased drought concerns in the western United States, challenges continue to grip ag communities that rely on the gradually depleting Colorado River.

RFD-TV’s Christina Loren reports that after years of hearings, Western Caucus members are finally witnessing federal agencies take action.

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