What to do about protecting some of Arizona’s formerly hidden gems.
Required Water Conservation May Be In Arizona's Future
The drought has hit the Southwest U.S. very hard and Lake Mead is drying up at a rate that has leaders worried. They may need to implement dramatic changes to restrict water supply and water use.
Conservation — at least forced conservation — hasn’t been present in Arizona, though it may have to be a major part of the near future. But finding new sources of water could also be vital.
Joanna Allhands, digital opinions editor for the Arizona Republic, has written a column listing what she calls "5 ways to get Arizona out of a water crisis."