A retired Colorado/Kansas farmer came in the office last week to talk about unexplained ice dams he’s had (and to ask questions on replacing resulting wet insulation). He still has the farm, but moved up here several years ago and bought a ‘project house’ not far from UAF.  Traditionally, that country has been wheat, yet in talking of his farm days he mentioned that they  irrigated hard for growing corn while he was working his land and that they would get complaints (the watershed council I imagine) from down by Amarillo, Texas due to their use (note it was the very NW corner of CO) dropping the table in Texas….

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