March 20, 2019
Currently, residents of Lincoln, Nebraska, home to the National Drought Mitigation Center and University of Nebraska-Lincoln, are required to conserve water not because of drought, but because of flooding. Here are some tips that can help residents conserve water during any water emergency.
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