Pulling moisture from the air might help you fight a drought.

As I write this piece, the western part of the United States faces record-breaking heat and massive drought. Here, in the Northeast, we’re also dealing with high temperatures, a three-year drought and no rain in sight. In some areas, water restrictions have gone into effect. The lack of normal winter snows has left wells and reservoirs extremely low … or, in some cases, dry. My cistern, which allows me to capture rainwater I use to irrigate my garden, is bone dry. So, as I

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