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Connecting the Drops: #COWaterPlan discussion Sunday, January 25

From email from the Colorado Foundation for Water Education:

Join radio listeners around Colorado for a statewide conversation on Colorado’s Water Plan during a live call-in discussion this Sunday January 25th from 5-6 pm.

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Arkansas Basin Roundtable hopes to score $865,000 to launch the Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative

Black Forest Fire June 2013 via CBS Denver

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Waldo Canyon Fire

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

A plan to coordinate efforts to prevent and respond to large burns in watersheds is spreading like, well, wildfire.

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"I believe the Western Slope will sabotage any attempt to develop more water" -- Jeris Danielson #ColoradoRiver #COWaterPlan

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Can the Western Slope ever come to terms with a future proposal to move water across the Continental Divide?

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Snowpack news: Upper Rio Grande Basin behind 2014

Statewide snowpack map January 13, 2015 via the NRCS

Arkansas River Basin High/Low graph January 13, 2015 via the NRCS

Upper Colorado River Basin High/Low graph January 13, 2015 via the NRCS… 760 more words

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The latest thinking from the Gunnison River Basin Roundtable about a potential new transmountain diversion

Read the latest thinking from the Gunnison River Basin Roundtable about a potential new transmountain diversion: http://t.co/nJ2zgAVdy8

— Aspen Journalism (@AspenJournalism) January 14, 2015

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South Platte Roundtable meeting recap #COWaterPlan

From the Loveland Reporter-Herald (Pamela Johnson):

The plan for the South Platte Basin, which covers all of Northern Colorado including tributary Big Thompson River, was discussed Tuesday at a public meeting in Loveland.

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2015 Colorado legislation: Review of #COWaterPlan planned during session #COleg

From the Englewood Herald (Tom Munds):

State Rep. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, expects a busy session for the state legislature as members deal with issues such as continuing to increase education funding to making sure all state residents benefit from the recession recovery.

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