Sure, it’s raining today - but months of bright sunshine have put a cloud over Vermont’s water supply and forest fire vulnerability. The topic will be today’s subject of VPR’s noontime news show, Vermont Edition.
"Vermont, and much of New England, is heading into the fall experiencing moderate-to-extreme drought. The dry conditions are leading to increased threats of northeast forest fires and water conservation efforts in New Hampshire. But what does the drought mean for Vermont's groundwater?"
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