Climate Change Raises Concerns of Valley Fever

Valley fever is at its worst when conditions are dry. At the beginning of this year, much of Colorado was still very much in drought.

Valley fever may be less of a problem this year, thanks to a Colorado snowpack that is about 50% above average. That’s good news to the construction trade, agriculture and anyone else who comes into contact with soil. For the uninitiated, valley fever is a sometimes-lethal infection caused by a fungus that lives in the… Read more »