Drought has these Eastern Washington farmers worried, but they ‘always plant with faith’

From the Spokesman Review

Wednesday was an immaculate day on the Palouse.

Cartoonishly puffy clouds filled a brilliant blue sky. A gentle breeze blew through the 65-degree air. Hill after hill of bright green wheat rolled away for miles in every direction.

Palouse farmers are sick of beautiful days, though.

They want ominous gray clouds to bring rain and bring it now. They’re getting worried about the lack of moisture. See the rest of the article here.

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