Drought Nationwide Impacts Florida

 In Fishkind Commentaries

September 04, 2012 | WMFE – We’re at the peak of tropical storm season in Florida and we’ve gotten plenty of rain during the past few months. However, over the long term, the Floridan Aquifer is still shrinking and freshwater supply continues to be a major concern. Meanwhile, much of the nation is struggling through a historic drought and economic analyst Hank Fishkind tells 90.7’s Tom Parkinson that the drought in the Midwest is impacting agriculture, and retail food prices, here in Florida.

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