The lake that feeds our desert has seen a series of major droughts over the past century and a half.
Today, a drought that began in 2011 is reaching its end.
As drought conditions intensify, a new, more severe drought has already begun.
Drought conditions are now beginning to hit the entire eastern United States, as the last two droughtches hit the Colorado River Basin.
The first drought began in 1996, the year before the Great Depression hit the United States.
When a drought is occurring, it’s common for farmers to plant less water, which means that less water is available to water crops and livestock.
With less water available to plant, crops and animals are suffering as they have less water to eat.
In 2015, as drought conditions intensified, the drought in the Colorado Basin hit hard, and in 2016, the first of the three droughs hit the Great Salt Lake.
This year, however, the last drought of the Great Plains droughting era has hit the American Southwest, and drought conditions are worsening.
For the second year in a row, the United Nations has reported a severe drought in many parts of the Western United States due to droughty conditions across much of the West.
More than half of the United Sates land area, which includes the Great Lakes, is covered in drought.
There are currently over 100 million people living in the American West, but that number could grow.
Many of these people are in the most vulnerable part of their lives: the rural areas that rely heavily on agriculture for their livelihoods.
The lack of water is impacting the health of many of them.
“Drought is a real threat to people’s livelihoods, especially the rural communities in the West,” said Bill O’Brien, director of the National Drought Mitigation Center.
“It is also impacting the very people that we need to protect and rebuild.”
The drought impacts the economy of every state and territory, including California, Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Oklahoma, Colorado, and New Mexico.
A severe drought could impact California’s agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing sectors, as well as tourism and fishing industries.
California alone lost $10 billion in tourism revenue during the last quarter of 2016 alone.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, there are 1.7 billion people living within 100 miles of a drought.
That means there are currently more than 2.5 billion people within a 100 mile radius of a severe droughter.
Most people who live within that range are not in need of assistance, but many of those who do need help are already in extreme circumstances.
One in four Americans suffer from a chronic disease, and for many of these, food insecurity and inadequate health care are the main reasons.
A recent study published in the journal Nature Climate Change found that the number of Americans with diabetes and other chronic diseases is growing.
Food insecurity can make it difficult for people to get enough food to eat, leading to malnutrition, chronic disease and ultimately, death.
Although many Americans may be at risk for severe food insecurity, many are not aware of the risks and have no idea how to take action to protect themselves from these severe threats.
“The key is to build a network of people who are going to help each other in this area and in the rest of the country,” O’Connor said.
Even though the United Kingdom recently experienced its own major drought, it is not the first time that the United states has experienced drought conditions.
The U.K. experienced drought in 1992, and a similar drought occurred in 2013.
It was during this drought that the Royal Navy lost 25% of its personnel.
This drought in 2016 is the first to hit an entire Western nation in over 40 years.
Water management experts have called on all of the states to act quickly to mitigate this devastating drought.
For example, in 2016 alone, there were over 6.6 billion gallons of water used to irrigate crops in the United State, and over 30 million gallons of fresh water used for agriculture in the entire United States as of May.
While there are a number of options that have been proposed to address this drought, the biggest challenge will be to build and maintain a network that can help all of these communities and the surrounding states.
“We have to think big,” said O’Connell.
“In order to really get this done, we need the support of the private sector.”