Archive for May 2023
Looming El Niño Weather Pattern Will Have an Effect But It Won’t End Our Water Challenges
You may be somewhat familiar with La Niña and El Niño, the cyclical weather patterns that impact much of the planet. They typically last 9-12 months but can sometimes last for years. We’re just coming out of a three-year La Niña cycle and most weather experts predict El Niño starting this summer. La Nina usually…Read More
AquaterreX Introduces Breakthrough Water Exploration Technology to the U.S.
As the Western U.S. struggles with persistent drought, technology innovator AquaterreX is helping to locate fresh groundwater for farmers and ranchers, even “where others say there is none.” The new technology which originated in Australia, the world’s driest inhabited continent, was introduced in the United States in 2020. Improvements made since then have elevated the…Read More