KZMU News: Wednesday January 9, 2019

By January 9, 2019 No Comments

During a snow-filled winter in Southeastern Utah, drought might be the furthest thing on anyone’s mind. But some people are thinking about drought patterns this winter, especially when it comes to dying juniper trees in the Four Corners area. Forest health specialists continue to investigate, analyzing site conditions, tree samples, and remote sensing data in the winter months to better understand why junipers are especially stressed. More on that in today’s newscast.

[photo courtesy of the Bureau of Land Management]

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