From the field

Apr 6, 2012
In a 1-inch rainstorm, 27,154 gallons of water fall for every one acre of ground (U.S. Geological Survey). Compare this to the amount of rainfall the drought throughout the southern U.S. missed out on a year ago and you soon realize how much water that area didn’t receive.

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