Flowing Rivers, Flowing Taps

Dec 01, 2014

Kids Having Fun on a Colorado River

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 our Governor used to be a brewer. But, without our Rocky Mountain water, there would be no Colorado craft beer industry. So we’re talking about both on December 10th — the day the draft Colorado Water Plan is released and making news.

With droughts, climate change, and growing cities, there are a lot of demands on this very limited resource. When a resource as precious as water is on the line, it makes sense to have a plan that maps out how we manage our water. For this Thunderclap, we’re focusing on a key part of the solution: water conservation.

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Coverage from December 2014 water plan proposal

Dec 10, 2014 -
On Dec. 10, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) delivered to Governor Hickenlooper the draft of the state’s first water plan during a press conference at the Capitol. Here is...