(Salt Lake City, UT)  --  Most Utahns are willing to do more to conserve water to help ease the effect the drought is having on the state.  A Deseret News-Hinckley Institute of Politics poll released last week asked Utahns what could be done to help increase conservation efforts.  Fifty-percent of those asked said more incentives should be provided to encourage water-wise landscaping.  Twenty-percent recommended tougher penalties for violating water usage restrictions, while others supported higher prices for water usage above a set minimum.  Five-percent said Utahns don't need to use less water.

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