Colorado Set to Tap Law That Protects Wildlife and Fish During Drought [POLL]
It was a dry winter and so far a dry spring, that means the possibility of drought could be a reality this summer. A Colorado law passed in 2003 that was created to protect wildlife, fish, plants and bugs during drought could be tapped into soon to help with our predicted drought.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is warning stream flows are likely to be low across the state this summer.
[ KMGH Denver ]