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Kansas Wetlands--Worst in 2 Decades

An article in the Wichita Eagle discusses the drought conditions and how they are affecting wildlife and plants. Although this region of the Great Plains has wet and dry cycles, the article says that conditons are the worst that they have been in 20 years. The drought is helping with control of some invasive and aggressive species like salt cedar, common carp, and phragmites. Check it out here: "Kansas wetlands conditions the worst in two decades."

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