After Denver’s hot, dry summer and warm fall, your trees and plants will need some extra water this winter.
The 2020 water year is raising more alarms about the effects of lengthy late-summer dry spells.
Steps you take now, as drought conditions dominate the state, can help reduce water use next year.
Summer 2020 marked by forest fires, lots of 90-degree days and thirsty lawns.
Denver metro area continues to use water efficiently as the hot, dry summer leads to increased watering.