By Jenna Sauber
The current drought conditions in Nevada have again exposed the walls and foundations of St. Thomas.
One might think no good can come from a drought -- that it’s all dry wells, dead plants, fallow fields, and dust storms. Certainly the worsening situation in California over the past few years has brought extra attention to the negative effects nationwide and around the world, especially as it relates to agriculture and water conservation.
But, as it turns out, no rain can be a good thing -- at least temporarily -- for the National Park Service (NPS) and preservationists, who are taking advantage of an enduring drought that has reexposed the foundations of St. Thomas, a small Nevada town once submerged, but not forgotten. ... Read More →
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