Fielder Hagan | Community Writer
At noon on Friday at the Federal Building in Opelika, Alabama, a crowd protested to demand immediate action be taken on the issue of climate change.
For some, the summer heat brings the opportunity to go outside and enjoy the weather. For agriculturalists, the intense heat paired with spotty rain patterns has caused significant problems with certain crops, which have been harmful to Alabama’s agronomy.
With fewer than 30 days until the first days of fall, the slight changing of temperatures have many fall junkies ready to bust out their UGG boots, oversized flannels and pumpkin spice lattes.