Where’s the beef? It’s in the Panhandle. Along with wheat, dairy, grain and all the other goods we Texans can’t live without. There’s no denying it, the Panhandle is an agricultural powerhouse in Texas and beyond. And it’s water from the Ogallala Aquifer that keeps the harvest coming in year after year.
But, like with any water supply, if you take more than you give, future generations could be looking at Dust Bowl: Part II. The pride we take in our football, families and farms should extend to our water. If we put a little energy into protecting it, we’ll keep that farm in the family name.
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