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Colorado Water Plan: Flush the Cheese Heads

Great Monday! Peyton Manning sent Green Bay packing. Remember, Colorado’s healthy rivers help fish, a $9 billion recreation economy, and flush out the cheese heads. #cowater

10 Reasons Why We Love Colorado’s Rivers

Reason #1 to Protect Colorado’s Rivers — #Beauty. Reason #2 to Protect Colorado’s Rivers — #Farming. Reason #3 to Protect Colorado’s Rivers — #Wildlife. Reason #4 to Protect Colorado’s Rivers — #Kayaking. Reason #5 to Protect Colorado’s Rivers —...

Colorado Fishing – Free This Weekend: Keep Our Rivers Healthy

Colorado fishing just got even better! Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds the public that Colorado’s Free Fishing Weekend is scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday, June 6-7, 2015. Anglers of all ages can fish in our rivers without a license anywhere in the state this...

Colorado’s Water Plan: Get On Board!

Modernize Agriculture. Avoid Trans-Mountain River Water Diversions. Champion Healthy Rivers. Increase Water Conservation. Four points we can ALL get on board with for Colorado’s Water Plan. Take action to let Gov. John Hickenlooper know these conservation essentials must be...

Sportsmen: Colorado Water Plan Must Protect Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

(Editor’s note: An OpEd by Nick Payne, Colorado Field Representative for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, appeared recently in the Fort Collins Coloradoan)   The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joined with the Bull Moose Sportsmen’s...

Water Poll: Colorado Water Worries Match Economic Concerns

Colorado voters say clean air and water, a healthy outdoor lifestyle, and access to public lands are the top reasons residents choose to live in the Centennial State, according to the new Colorado College State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West water poll released...

Colorado Water Plan – Don’t Leave Healthy Ecosystems Out To Dry

By Ken Neubecker, Associate Director, Colorado Basin Program for American Rivers On November 19th the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) reviewed and approved the draft Colorado Water Plan.  With that and a few “tweaks”, the 385-page document will be sent to the Governor’s...
Kids Having Fun on a Colorado River

Flowing Rivers, Flowing Taps

Using less water and using water efficiently makes sense, and to get that message across, we’re using the universal common denominator of Coloradans: BEER (which is over 90% water). Join in the fun, and let’s create some thunder. In Colorado, water and beer go hand in hand. Even...

‘I Once Caught A Fish This Big’

Without conservation in Colorado, we won’t have great shots like this one. According to the Colorado College State of the Rockies Poll, Western voters now view water conservation as a critical issue in Colorado.

Last Day: Get Your Comments to the Colorado Water Board

One person can make a difference. Get your comments to the Colorado Water Conservation Board today on the state water plan. Be proactive about maintaining what keeps Colorado great. Post by Water For Colorado.