(KUSA) More than a decade of drought is forcing cities across Colorado to find new ways to conserve water.
Drought conditions persist across much of the state, even with the heavy rainfall we've seen over last couple of months.
Every corner of Colorado is facing a future with more people and less water.
Shrinking rivers and diminishing groundwater are forcing cities and towns to make changes.
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