Amid Dry Winter, Memories Of Devastating 2012 Drought Resurface04:18
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Despite the massive amount of rain that fell on the central U.S. late last month, it's been a dry winter for much of the country, and farmland faces too little moisture. That's raising concerns about a repeat of 2012's drought, the worst since the Dust Bowl. It cost farmers, ranchers and governments $30 billion.

Harvest Public Media's Madelyn Beck (@MadelynBeck8) reports on the early signs of yet another drought.

This segment aired on March 1, 2018.

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