More Signs Of Famine And Ayin Beth Homelessness News, More News On E.U. Ice Age, This Is Getting Wild Fast
By Jack Minor
GREELEY, Colo. – Farmers in Colorado are watching their fields dry up amid one of the worst droughts in the state’s history but just a few feet beneath them, the water is so plentiful it’s flooding basements and causing septic systems to overflow.
Yet the government will not permit farmers to pump the water to save their crops.
With a lower-than-normal snow pack, farmers in northeastern Colorado who rely on the South Platte River are facing severe water shortages in which they are not able to even water some of their crops.
Dennis Hoshiko, a fourth-generation onion farmer with 2,500 acres, said he has let around 15 percent of his land sit fallow this season because of a lack of water.
“We have entire sections where the seeds were planted a month ago in dry earth, and they have not sprouted yet because they have not been watered.”
While it may seem to be a case of battling Mother Nature, the problem could be solved if government officials would simply flip a switch.
Many of the farmers have wells that draw groundwater for use in situations like this. But in 2006, the Colorado Supreme Court ordered 440 wells shut down and curtailed the pumping of another 1,000.
Under long-established Colorado water doctrine, water is distributed under the principle of first in use, first in right whereby prior users have senior rights to junior users. The decision to shut down the wells came about during a historic drought in the early 2000s that caused water in the South Platte River to become scarce.
Senior right holders such as the cities of Boulder, Centennial, Highlands Ranch and Sterling, which had experienced phenomenal growth in the 1990s, became concerned their water supply in the river basin was being depleted by junior water-right well owners who were pumping water from the Alluvium Aquifer, which flows into the South Platte River Basin.
Following the shutdowns, the volume of water discharged into the artificial recharge systems in the South Platte Basin has increased, reaching more than 350,000 acre-feet in 2009. The increase in ground water has now come to the point where local basements are being flooded, causing damage to the homes.
Doug Leafgren, president of Northern Colorado Geotech, which conducts soil and percolation testing, said his organization has noticed higher groundwater levels during their subsurface investigations in the county over the past four or five years.
Glen Fritzler, a farmer who operates the nationally known Fritzler Corn Maze that has been featured on the “Today” show, said he has spent more than $50,000 in home repairs because of flooding over the past few years.
While the flooding is a concern, Fritzler said the rising groundwater levels are causing area septic systems to fail, forcing human waste to rise to the surface.
Leafgren said septic systems require four feet of soil above a “limiting zone” to work effectively.
“If an older system previously maintained four feet of suitable soil, but groundwater has since decreased this zone, there is potential for contamination of the groundwater system with human waste,” he said. “It could also be possible that higher groundwater would cause the waste to come to the ground surface.”
Despite the rising ground-water levels, officials still refuse to let the farmers turn on their wells, and that means many farmers will be out of water in the next few weeks.
“If we are not allowed to turn our wells on, our crops will dry up and we will lose everything,” Fritzler said. “What is so maddening is that we have the water we need right under our feet, and it is so plentiful it is flooding our basements. We cannot use it.”
Recognizing the severity of the situation, the state legislature recently passed a bill commissioning a study, but it is not required to be completed until June 1, 2013. There is no provision in the legislation requiring officials to permit farmers to turn the wells on before then.
State Sen. Scott Renfroe, one of the bill’s sponsors, said the legislation originally had those provisions, but it was stripped from the final legislation.
“It was not stripped by Democrats, because in Colorado water knows no party lines,” he said. “The opposition came from those who have senior water rights which are generally the big cities such as Denver and Boulder.”
Renfroe said he agrees the wells need to be turned on now. However, he said the study is at least a step in the right direction.
“We have farmers who are hurting from both a lack of water and rising water table,” he said. “Some have said the salt content is so high their soil only has two years of productive use left.”
Renfroe added: “This study should have been done five years ago when the wells were first turned off. I know it’s a baby step, but it’s a huge accomplishment when you consider the environment at the capital. There are many people who want to maintain the status quo. I understand the concerns of senior water holders, and this legislation has a lot of protections for them, but we need to find a way to benefit everybody.”
Fritzler said while he is glad the study will be conducted, he and other farmers cannot wait until next year.
“I have enough irrigation water from the South Platte for perhaps two to three more weeks. The only way we could go beyond that would be for Denver to get significant rainfall every three to five days and that isn’t going to happen.”
Hoshiko said he is in better shape than many farmers, because he has been able to purchase senior water rights but noted that many farmers are not as fortunate.
“Last night I saw a 14-year-old boy shoveling ditches and getting ready to do flood irrigation after the sun went down, and right beside him is a well that is capable of producing 1,200 gallons a minute, but they can’t touch it,” Hoshiko said. “The crops are sitting in dry dirt because we are in one of the worst droughts in Colorado history and we can’t use the water that is right under our feet.”
He said what is frustrating is that droughts like the current one are precisely the reason the wells were drilled.
“Our predecessors built these wells years ago to get us through droughts like this. If they were alive today they would slap us silly for how we are wasting this resource.”
June 6, 2012 – AFRICA - The United Nations food agency warned today that croplands in Niger and Mali are at imminent risk from Desert Locust swarms that are moving southward from Algeria and Libya. How many locusts there are and how far they move will depend on two major factors. The effectiveness of current control efforts in Algeria and Libya and upcoming rainfall in the Sahel of West Africa, a Senior Locust Forecasting Officer with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said Keith Cressman, said in a news release. Groups of locusts have recently been found in northern Niger, arriving from infestations further north. According to FAO, the Desert Locust swarms can be dense and highly mobile. Varying from less than one square kilometer to several hundred square kilometers, with at least 40 million and sometimes as many as 80 million locust adults in each square kilometer of swarm, and able to travel about five to 130 kilometers or more in a day. A Desert Locust adult can consume roughly its own weight in fresh food per day, equivalent to about two grams every day. A very small part of an average swarm- or about one ton of locusts eats the same amount of food in one day as about 10 elephants or 25 camels or 2,500 people. FAO says locust-control efforts in the region are being hindered by continued insecurity along both sides of the Algerian-Libyan border. Political insecurity and conflict in Mali could also hamper monitoring and control efforts if the locusts reach that country. Locust infestations were first reported in southwest Libya near Ghat in January 2012 and in south-east Algeria. In late March, FAO warned that swarms could arrive in Niger and Mali by June. Continued rains and the resulting growth of vegetation led to the formation of swarms by mid-May. FAO notes that both Algeria and Libya have been working hard to treat infested areas, covering a total of 40,000 hectares in Algeria and 21,000 hectares in Libya as of the end of May. “In a normal year, Algeria and Libya would have been able to control most of the local swarms and prevent their movement towards the south, but insecurity along both sides of the Algerian-Libyan border is getting in the way of full access by local teams and by FAO experts who need to assess the situation. Mr. Cressman. Libya’s capacity to carry out control efforts has also been affected in the past year. Niger last faced Desert Locust swarms during the 2003-05 plague that affected farmers in two dozen countries. –Spy Ghana
Next Prophetic word, more confirmation on E.U's Ice age It will only become much worse all remnant in the E.U. have wisdom and get warmer clothing and be on your face in prayer. This will effect crops, and cause many things to die.
June 4, 2012 – SWEDEN – The English language The Local here writes that “Stockholm broke an 84-year-old cold record on Saturday, as the capital’s temperature only reached 6 degrees Celsius, the lowest June maximum daily temperature the city has seen since 1928.” Indeed, you could be excused for thinking that the current chill is more like winter than summer. It was actually colder in the capital yesterday than on Christmas Eve. ‘The temperature was a degree lower than it was at Christmas in Stockholm, so it is colder. And it’s windier, too,’ said SMHI’s meteorologist Lisa Frost to newspaper Dagens Nyheter.” Just two days ago The Local here reported that snow blanketed northern parts. Residents in northern Sweden were forced to grab shovels rather than sun lotion on what was supposed to be the first day of summer, as much of the region was left covered in a thick blanket of snow on Friday. As much as 20 centimetres of thick, wet snow fell in parts of Västerbotten County, giving residents quite a shock when they woke up Friday morning.” The mercury also dropped to minus 6 degrees Celsius in one town, making it the coldest June Sweden recording in 20 years. The Local adds: The weather agency forecasts that the first weekend in June will feel more like the start of winter than the start of summer.” -NTZ
We are in the thick of things, put food aside if you can, the famine and economic collapse is upon us.
As I say always, the remnant are not to fear we are safe in our lord, this is to show how things are heating up fast.
The Lord said to me. tell all I talk to and write, ‘DO NOT EAT ANY SEAFOOD’, It was strong short and simple, the lord said with all the daily sea life dying off the dangers of seafood should not be consumed by his people, I love seafood , my favorite food. The nuke disaster in Japan has poisoned all seas, and all the world, reactor 4 is in a critical state, the news does not cover how bad it is, and will get much worse, do not eat sea food, this is truly from the lord. Odd warning to his people, but I know this one is from his lips.
Here is some news I hope that will convince you.
Here is some news I hope that will convince you.
June 6, 2012 – JAPAN – Something terribly fishy is going on at the fishing port of Ohara (pronounced Oh-hara) in Isumi City of Chiba Prefecture, and it has nothing to do with espionage or political corruption. There are tons and tons of dead sardines washing up on the shore, and not only is the sight disturbing, but the huge amount of dead fish is literally smelling up the entire surrounding area. According to the news, the dead fish started washing up around noon of June 3rd, and as of early afternoon on June 4th, the situation still remained pretty much out of control. The amount of dead sardines that has washed up is thought to total several dozen metrics tons, so you can imagine how bad the smell of rotting fish must be. We’ve seen the pictures uploaded onto Twitter, and the port looks completely filled with fish – it almost looks like a carpet of sardines. It doesn’t seem likely that any fishing boats will be setting sail from this port soon. There are also, of course, the usual posts and comments on the internet on how this could be an omen, a sign of a coming great natural disaster. When we inquired with a local inn, we were told that the port was scheduled to be closed from June 1st to 5th, but given the emergency, local fishermen are currently out in full force trying to resolve the situation. Already more than 2 full days into the bizarre occurrence, the smell has to be almost unbearable, but the people of Ohara still have no idea when they will be able to get rid of all the sardines. We sincerely hope they will be able to solve the problem quickly. –Rocket News 24
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I have this sites link in my links page, keep an eye out once in a while and see, do not look to much and do not listen to all the videos on 2012 it can be addictive and produce only fear, use wisdom and caution.
It seems as if time is speeding up, I can not believe the first week of June is almost over, it is hard to understand why it seems time is speeding up, but it is, we are racing towards many things, 2013 is not far off, and as said 2012 and 2013 are key years for many end time events, esp. 2012 and early 2013. This news is not to scare you, it is a word to say, be in spiritual preparation so you are not in fear, strong, steady, feed on the word, not fear, feed on living bread not moldy bread of worry, I will be posting an video sermon on this , ‘waiting in Faith’ next, be looking for this , it has a lot of comfort , hope and some things the lord has directed me to say to his saints, till next time, blessings in Jesus.
Note; This post will seem to contradict my sermon, what can I say, I move as the Lord says and say what He says to say, it's like, you hear a sermon one week,on love, next week on sin and repentance it is 100% different, This post, messages, teachings,etc. are not once a week, but almost daily, and sometimes from message to message it may seem to contradict the spirit on the next one, as I said the sermon is about, not looking to much into end time events anymore, and waiting by faith for what is to come, a real no fear word, so please do not be in fear, I just wanted to try once again and let the head in sand Christians, not his remnant saints, look do you see, this is the word of the lord being fulfilled in front of your eyes, and yet so many still laugh it off.
I asked the lord why, He said, you see commercials on the net, I do not have or want a T.V. you may have a T.V. so you know what I mean about commercials, everything seems normal, outdoors, work, at a store, it looks in the natural as if everything is normal and maybe we are insane, we are not, we are in the know. History tells us, one day before the great depression, black Friday 1929, one day before, all seemed normal as if all was OK, in 24 hours everything changed, so no you and I are not crazy, 24 hours is all it takes for everything to change and go from the supernatural knowing to the natural of no denying, think on this.