North Carolina is now in the midst of a record-long drought. What this means to many people is shorter showers, fuller dishwashers, and parched lawns. But for some, the sacrifice is larger. The drought, coupled with a ban on lawn watering throughout much of the state, is making it difficult for many landscapers and nursery owners to get by. WFAE's Lisa Miller has more on the struggle between conservation and making a living.