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Water storage ‘absolutely’ part of #COWaterPlan -- Grand Junction Daily Sentinel


From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Gary Harmon):

Western Slope water storage is “absolutely” a part of the Colorado water plan that is to be complete in just over a year, said the head of the Colorado Water Conservation Board.

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Fryingpan-Arkansas Project update: "We can’t dry up the creeks" -- Kara Lamb #ColoradoRiver

From The Aspen Times (Scott Condon):

The Fryingpan-Arkansas Project diverted about 80,200 acre-feet of water under the Continental Divide to the Front Range this year, according to Kara Lamb, spokeswoman for the U.S.

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Aug. 27, CBT Project was at its highest level in history for that date -- Sky-Hi Daily News #ColoradoRiver

From the Sky-Hi Daily News (Hank Shell):

On Aug. 27, the Colorado-Big Thompson Project was at its highest level in history for that date, said Brian Werner with Northern Water.

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There are 44 transbasin diversions in Colorado that move water between river basins. Tour some with CFWE! #ColoradoRiver

There are 44 transbasin diversions in Colorado that move water between river basins. Tour some with CFWE! http://t.co/c1Ch4eF6s9

— CO Fndtn Water Ed. (@CFWEWater) August 26, 2014

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Whatever else is in it, the biggest element of #COWaterPlan plan will be cooperation -- Chris Woodka

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Whatever else is in it, the biggest element of Colorado’s water plan will be cooperation.

“Water can either divide or unite us.

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CWC Summer Conference recap, day 3: Exempt Colorado water storage projects from NEPA? #COWaterRally #ColoradoRiver

Thank you to all of the presenters and attendees at this year's Summer Conference! Hope to see you all in January. #COWaterRally

— CO Water Congress (@COWaterCongress) …

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Glenwood Springs: Interim Water Resources Committee public meeting recap #COleg

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (John Stroud):

Protection of the river ecology and preservation of recreation and agricultural interests was the consistent message heard by a panel of Colorado legislators who convened here Thursday to gather public comments on the new state water plan.

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