Conditions to predict draught and tracking changes in precipitation are relatively more complicated that predicting temperature. The Center for Hydrology at the University of Saskatchewan has been working on a nationwide study.
The prairie provinces are no strangers to draught. From the Rocky Mountains to Hudson Bay are vulnerable to draught. It was reported that the Palliser’s Triangle in the south-west prairies was too arid to settle in 1850’s. The Dust Bowl of the 1930’s (Dirty Thirties) lasted approximately 10 years. Prairie farmers are some of the best water conservationists as they depend on it for a living and they are often disconnected from city water supplies and large-scale treatment plants. Wolverine Drilling Inc. works for these prairie families.
Preparations for draught and water storage to help compensate for slow recharging aquifers. Reduced water consumption and carefully monitored irrigation projects. In reality, Saskatchewan has limited large scale irrigation in agriculture. It is not a practice that most Saskatchewan farmers utilize, as they generally depend on rain fall for crop growth and often surface water for livestock.
Prairie independence and resilience is the spirit of Saskatchewan and that of Wolverine Drilling Inc.
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