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Colorado Water Poll: Scarce Water Important As Economic Issues

New Poll shows scarce water concerns are just as important as economic concerns in West. Post by Water For Colorado. Find out more HERE.

Water Poll: Colorado Neighbors Concerned About Water Conservation

It’s not just us here in Colorado, water levels effect our neighbors as well: 89 percent of Arizonans are concerned with low levels of water in rivers according to recent water poll. Post by Water For Colorado. Find out more HERE.

Water Poll: Clean Air and Water Key Factors For Western Residents

Clean air and water are top factors for living in Colorado and Western states: Post by Water For Colorado. Find out more HERE.
River Beside Bike Trail in Colorado

Colorado Water Plan 2015 Timeline

The first draft of Colorado’s Water Plan was presented to Governor John Hickenlooper on December 10, 2014. Additional work will continue in coordination with the Governor’s Office throughout 2015. Check out the timeline.

Yuma Sun Editorial: Water Rates Should Include Conservation Incentives

Excerpts from Yuma Sun editorial: The City of Yuma’s new water rate structure includes an interesting angle: higher rates for those who use more. This is an idea that should encourage water conservation efforts. We’ve found the lack of water conservation here to be a bit...

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...

Colorado Water Plan Dec. 10 Press Conference

A draft of the Colorado Water Plan by the Colorado Water Conservation Board is handed over to Gov. John Hickenlooper by CWCB’s boss James Eklund at a Dec. 10 press conference.
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...

New Water Poll: Colorado Supports Water Conservation, Not New Diversions

A new water poll released this week from a bi-partisan polling team shows key findings on Colorado voters’ attitudes on water issues. Guess what? Coloradans of all political stripes, from all walks of life and from all corners of the state believe our rivers are at risk and...

Conservation Countdown: 3 Days Left to Comment on Colorado Water Plan

Get your Colorado’s Water Plan comments to the Water Board by the Oct. 10 deadline – THIS Friday!: http://bit.ly/YeWcyA ‪#‎cowater‬ ‪#‎beer‬ Post by Water For Colorado.