Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 5:14 pm (Updated: April 25, 5:39 pm)
By Daniel Norlander
New Mexico State Forestry
It is not difficult to notice that much of New Mexico has been experiencing a prolonged dry spell and the many results of the drought-related conditions.
These include everything from increased fire activity to decreasing water reservoir levels and dying trees. While some aspects may be more noticeable than others, they can mainly be attributed to a lack of moisture.
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