(WICHITA, Kan.) — Too much heat...too little water.
Augusta is experiencing water restrictions due to the low water levels in Santa Fe Lake. The lake partially supplies water for two communities.While Augusta residents are asked to conserve water, the low lake is also causing other concerns.
Fish are dying at Santa Fe Lake. The lake is very dry, and dead fish litter the area where the lake once was.KDHE has issued an algae warning for Santa Fe Lake. It means levels are unsafe for water activities like swimming or wading.