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Today is Earth Day: Take Action on Colorado’s Water Plan

From our state’s iconic elk to the tiny high-pitched pikas that dot alpine hiking trails, Colorado’s wildlife depends on clean and ample water to survive in our fickle weather. But between record-breaking droughts and over use of our water resources, Colorado’s wildlife is...

National Geographic Blog: Keeping the Wild Yampa River Wild

Cutting through the steep canyons and arid sage lands of northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah, the Yampa River is the region’s lifeblood. The river’s relentless force has carved out the area’s stratified geology and exposed the fossils that give Dinosaur National Monument...

The Business of Water in Colorado, West

Water solutions aren’t partisan, just ask Senator Reid, Senator Heller and businesses.

Farmers Have Their Say About Colorado Water Plan

This post was co-written by Mark Harris, general manager for the Grand Valley Water Users’ Association. In a recent op-ed, the Colorado Forum – a nonpartisan organization of CEOs and civic leaders – delivered a powerful message to Governor Hickenlooper, who is drafting a...