An alfalfa farmer on the Duck Valley Reservation in Nevada laser levels a field to more evenly and efficiently distribute water. While alfalfa is still the main crop for many farmers in northern Nevada, some are experimenting with grapes, too. USDAgov/Flickr hide caption

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Nevada Farmers Hack The Drought By Switching Up The Crops

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Brandi and Kaylee plan to open a truck repair shop when they graduate from high school. Robert Smith/NPR hide caption

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Boom Town, U.S.A.

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Las Vegas-Area Democrat Fights For House Seat

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