The summer of 2020 has been hot and dry, meaning agriculture users have had to draw upon stored water, wildfires have swept the Western United States, and pasture conditions in Wyoming are among the worst in the nation.

“Water is a very valuable asset, and a very limited resource at times,” said Brian Pugsley, superintendent of Wyoming’s Water Division One district. “We have to do everything we can to protect that resource as much as we can.”

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