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Thirsty Cities, Dry Farms: Part Two

Megan Verlee
Field revegetated by the Aurora Range Project.

For more than fifty years, Colorado’s farm land has been drying up. Not from drought, but to meet the thirst of growing cities.  Now farmers in one of the most threatened basins are trying a new approach -- one that keeps most of their lands growing crops but also supplies urban needs.  Colorado Public Radio’s Megan Verlee has the second of two reports on the movement of water from farms to cities.

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