Willsboro Field Day - NY

In a recent report by the New York times, drought, flash floods, the trade war and tightening immigration policy have combined to cause an economic crisis for New York farmers.

“Arthur T. DeGaetano, an earth science professor at Cornell University who is also the director of the Northeast Regional Climate Center, points to the changing climate to explain the more unpredictable weather that New York has been seeing recently: this year, a dry July followed by flooding in August.”

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