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What’s the Buzz On Water In Colorado? Getting Our Rivers Back Into Balance

Does Colorado need a water plan?  Are there bears in the woods? You wouldn’t start a business or take a long trip without first making a plan. The same should be true for the world’s most precious resource, the one we can’t live without for more than a few days – WATER. But, up...
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Conservation, Quality, Reuse and Efficiency Take Center Stage At Water Board Meeting

PUEBLO, May 21 — Experts from a variety of conservation groups will offer their public comments this week about the importance of sustaining Colorado’s rivers as part of the first-ever statewide Colorado Water Plan. They will focus on the benefits of keeping rivers flowing...
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A New Water Normal In Mountain Towns

Mountain Town News posted this article this week about how its community is taking water-saving steps, even though they don’t have a shortage. Take a look: It’s been a good year for snow in the Rockies, and Breckenridge has a very strong portfolio of water rights. Normally,...
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We Need Alternatives To Water Diversions

Check out this guest blog post by Ken Neubecker, Eagle River Blue Trail Coordinator, on meeting the water needs of Colorado’s growing population and the importance of the Colorado Water Plan: The population of Colorado is expected to double by the year 2050. That means there will...