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Hopi rancher Lloyd Masayumptewa sits outside his home at Orabi on the Hopi Reservation to share his concerns about the Hopi Tribe's executive order to reduce or eliminate livestock because of drought conditions. (Gilbert Honanie/NHO)

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Despite recent flooding and heavy monsoon rains, an extended drought continues to impact livestock operations on the Hopi Reservation and now, ranchers are being asked by the tribe to reduce or eliminate their herds.

By Loretta McKenney and Gilbert Honanie, Navajo-Hopi Observer August 3, 2021