The dry, scorching summer has led to a cool and beautiful fall full of color, however, rain remains infrequent. Host Charity Nebbe talks with State Climatologist Harry Hillaker about the future impact weather conditions may have for future harvests. Then, farmers from across the state share what their harvesting season has been like and what they hope for the next season.
Most of Iowa is now experiencing moderate to severe drought conditions… along with more than half the country. On today's "River to River' we hear from farmers, business owners and cities about how they’re being affected. We talk with Elwynn Taylor about the prospects for turning the dry weather around. And Harry Hillaker tells us how this drought compares with others in the state’s history.