Environment | Science

Drought Forces New Mexico Ranchers to Better Manage the Land

NPR | Sept. 26, 2013 4:19 p.m.

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Ted Robbins

Severe drought has forever changed the landscape in New Mexico. Grasslands have been replaced by desert, and ranchers to reduce the number of cattle grazing open fields. Recent rains have brought some relief, but it’s not enough to reverse desertification.

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