While dry summers aren’t new, a winter and spring with little snow and rain have pushed parts of the state to get drier, faster.
Currently more than 80 percent of the state is in some form of drought.
How to travel to all four of Colorado’s corners and the stories and people you'll find there.
River guides, pot shops, art galleries, musicians, farmer's markets and even the famous narrow gauge railroad are feeling the pinch.
National forests and parks in Arizona and New Mexico have already been shut down as precautions.
What if school was a place where students could discover, go outside frequently and, most importantly, help make the teaching decisions?