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The city of Carrollton is building two water conservation gardens to show how landscaping can save water.
Even with the recent rain, the state says 25 percent of our water needs will be met by conserving water.
The NTMWD downgrades its enhanced Stage 3 water restrictions to regular Stage 3, which allows more-frequent outdoor watering.
Despite the recent rain and rising lake levels, the water district still faces a lack of supply because of the zebra mussels in Lake Texoma.
Experts say the 2011 Texas drought has killed about 5.6 million trees in urban areas.
A weekly analysis indicates North Texas is out of drought, but water districts in North Texas say that they are still under drought conditions.
After the recent wet weather, the North Texas Municipal Water District is hoping for more rainfall to keep reservoirs on the rise.
The North Texas Municipal Water District will meet in late January to decide if it should implement Stage 4 water restrictions.