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What’s the best way to use a drought-prone state to help your community thrive?

If you’re a homeowner or homeowner-operator, you’re in luck.

The American Association of Community Organizations (AACO) is working to bring a more inclusive, collaborative approach to solving the drought crisis.

In its first annual community drought initiative, ACO is hosting a three-day workshop focused on how you can build community-driven solutions to drought.

You can register now for the event at https://www.aaaco.org/drought-workshop.

Topics include drought management, community resilience, and disaster preparedness.

You’ll also learn about the tools you need to help communities recover from a drought.

In the meantime, check out our slideshow below.

The full agenda is available at http:www.aquaculture-advocacy.org/?cid=113626.

The workshop is being hosted by the American Farm Bureau Federation, the American Council of Agricultural Research, the Agricultural Education Association, and the American Crop Insurance and Conservation Association.

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Learn more about drought-related issues in agriculture.