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A Devour of Locusts
On September 19, 1874, Kansas farmers were in their second month of Rocky Mountain Locust troubles. The invasion had begun suddenly towards the end of July. No warning. 1873 had not been a good farming year and settlers hoped the … Continue reading
On September 18, 2014, the Slumgullion Landslide continues moving downhill from Mesa Seco… a slow, 3-century journey! Produced in tectonic activity, the San Juan Mountains formed tens of millions of years ago in southwest Colorado. As climate altered the volcanic … Continue reading