The Ogallala Aquifer's Overuse
This ain't gonna happen
The Ogallala aquifer and it's problem.
The Problem is that in Western Kansas, the Ogallala aquifer is drying up!
Overuse of the aquifer
In western Kansas, the Ogallala Aquifer is drying up. Here's why.
The cause of this problem is by farmers irrigating the aquifer too quickly. A farmer is a person who owns or manages a farm.
Another cause of this problem is that the population growth increasing the demand of more water. It also increases the demand of food.
Because of the drought, it slows down rain recharge.
Effects of overuse
Saving the aquifer
There are dozens of ways to save the aquifer. Here are 2 ways to save the aquifer.
Inventing new stuff
Adding crop rotation and drought resistant crops may help extend the year water and farming peak.
Conserving water by reducing waage by 20% may also help, crops don't need much water.
This is my Conclusion