Top Headlines: Heat, drought hit Alabama farms, Montgomery’s charter school experiment begins

‘It’s all brown’ is the assessment from state’s seared farms The heat and worsening drought conditions are hitting Alabama farmers in their wallets. Agriculture is the state’s top industry, generating an economic impact of $83.86 billion in 2017, according to the Alabama Farmers Federation. The federation hosted a farm tour in Montgomery County on Tuesday…

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