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Bureau of Reclamation Seeking Ways to Measure Food for Threatened and Endangered Fish

Here’s the release from the US Bureau of Reclamation (Lauren Meredith):

The Bureau of Reclamation is launching a $30,000 prize competition seeking improved methods to measure the food resources available for threatened and endangered fish.

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Colorado Water

#ColoradoRiver: Reclamation Awards a $1 Million Contract to Upgrade Four Dolores Project Pumping Plants

Here’s the release from the US Bureau of Reclamation:

The Bureau of Reclamation announced that it has awarded a $1 million contract to PAF Electrical, LLC, Oregon, on September 17 to replace nine existing variable frequency drives that will upgrade the Cahone, Dove Creek, Pleasant View and Ruin Canyon Pumping Plants near Cortez, Colorado.

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Colorado Water

#ColoradoRiver: Why Denver pays farmers in Yampa Valley not to irrigate this summer -- The Mountain Town News

From The Mountain Town News (Allen Best):

Irrigation season on the Carpenter Ranch normally begins in early May and continues until September. The ranch is located along the Yampa River in northwestern Colorado, about 20 miles west of the ski town of Steamboat Springs.

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Bureau of Reclamation Infrastructure Investment Strategy Stakeholders Meeting - Denver Colorado

The Bureau of Reclamation invites you to participate in an Infrastructure Investment Strategy meeting and webinar for stakeholders that will be held in Denver, Colorado. A substantial portion of the meeting will focus on obtaining participants’ feedback and input on the implementation of the Strategy. 164 more words

The Lower Colorado: no shortage for now, but that pesky structural deficit’s still there -- John Fleck

From InkStain (John Fleck):

Lake Mead is forecast to end calendar year 2015 with a surface elevation of 1,082.33 feet above sea level, according to new numbers released yesterday by the U.S.

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Colorado Water

EPA: Wastewater Spill In Animas River Contains Heavy Metals

SILVERTON, Colo. (CBS4) – More water is being released into the Animas River in an attempt to flush out the one million gallons of wastewater from a San Juan County mine spilling into the water that contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic. 602 more words