Kansas Volunteer Discusses Drought with The Weather Channel

CommonGround Kansas volunteer LaVell Winsor and her family farm in northeast Kansas, where the drought has significantly reduced the amount of corn and soybeans the Winsors expect to harvest this fall.

CommonGround Kansas volunteer LaVell Winsor has been getting a lot of national attention after being featured in a story about the drought on The Weather Channel’s website.

She says the corn and soybeans growing on her family’s farm in NE Kansas will likely only yield about 25-35% of what a normal crop would be.

Check out the full article on Weather.com.

Keep up with LaVell and her work on the farm via her blog,  http://growingfortomorrow.wordpress.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GrowingForTomorrow or Twitter @growing4tomorro.

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