Battling Mother Nature
The rain can't come soon enough for farmers and forestry workers who are battling mother nature. Farmers in our region are being forced to water their crops by irrigation. A measure, that some farmers said costs them about 10,000 dollars a week. Dry conditions have lead to wildfires on Florida's east coast. Division of Forestry officials said smoke from those fires has descended upon North Central Florida. Hazing conditions are expected to last through Friday morning.
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- Mother Nature Not Helping Firefighting Efforts
- Florida's Agriculture Natural Resource and Food Industries on the Rise
- Governor Approves Purchase Of Land In Gainesville To Be Turned Into Nature Trail
- Beating the Summertime Blues: Florida Museum of Natural History
- Autopsy Reveals Teen Died of Natural Causes
- USDA Declares Largest Natural Disaster Area Due to Drought
- Morningside Nature Center
- Northern Part of "Loblolly Woods Nature Park" Up For Bids
- Collier Retracts $1 Million Offer to Buy Portion of Loblolly Nature Park
- First Compressed Natural Gas Station in Marion County