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Reclamation: Join us on Feb 5 at 3:00 PM EST to learn about the new Climate Change Adaptation Policy available for public review

Join us on Feb 5 at 3:00 PM EST to learn about the new Climate Change Adaptation Policy available for public review. http://t.co/HEF5iEsCZa

— Reclamation (@usbr) January 23, 2015

Colorado Water

Aspinall Unit operations update

Aspinall Unit

Aspinall Unit dams

Gunnison Tunnel via the National Park Service

Gunnison River

Gunnison River Basin via the Colorado Geological Survey

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Colorado Water

San Luis Valley: Is Closed-Basin Project water a legal source of supply for groundwater sub-districts?

From the Valley Courier (Ruth Heide):

Whether or not Closed Basin Project water can be used to offset injurious depletions in the San Luis Valley’s first water management sub-district is a question resting with the Colorado Supreme Court.

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Bureau of Reclamation Releases Funding Opportunity for Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Feasibility Studies

Here’s the release from the Bureau of Reclamation (Peter Soeth):

The Bureau of Reclamation is providing a funding opportunity for communities in the West which may be seeking new sources of water supplies using water recycling and reuse technologies.

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Dike Failure Worries Prompt Major Repairs Near Folsom Lake

FOLSOM LAKE (CBS13) — Concerns about a dike failing near Folsom Lake have the Bureau of Reclamation preparing to make major repairs.

Sean Glavin loves connecting with nature on his mountain bike near Folsom Lake. 184 more words


January 3, 2015

Finally the wind is just a gentle breeze and the sun can do some good. We decide to go see the Quartermaster Depot, below the hill where the Territorial Prison is located. 1,025 more words

Out West

Lake Nighthorse: "This water would really help our future" -- Manuel Heart

From The Durango Herald (Mary Shinn):

The Durango City Council signed a resolution Tuesday supporting the delivery of water from Lake Nighthorse to the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.

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