Droughts occur when there has not been enough rainfall and the water levels get low. They can happen anywhere in the United States, and droughts increase the risk of other hazards, like wildfires, flash floods, and possible landslides or debris flows.
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Droughts can happen anywhere in the United States.
Saving and protecting a natural resource, like water
Something we need that comes from nature like water, trees, and air
A natural resource (like water) that is limited in supply and cannot be replaced if it is used up
A natural or manmade lake that collects and stores water