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"One Thing after Another": Rural Texans Faced the Same Storm — with Unique Hardships

Source
Texas Tribune
Date
Feb 21, 2021
Summary
Covers the winter storm in Texas in mid-February of 2021 and its unique impact on rural communities in the state. Describes how rural areas experienced lower temperatures and often have fewer services spread across a larger area. Discusses how many living in rural areas are farmers and ranchers that also had to prioritize livestock during the storm.
Tagged as
Emergency preparedness and response · Farmers and farmworkers · Infrastructure · Rural-urban differences · Texas