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Hail Wheat Ridge May 8, 2015. Photo credit TreeRootCO.
Mammatus clouds, associated with strong convection, grace a sunset over Fort Collins, Colorado, home of the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere at Colorado State University. 495 more words
#NewMexico: Reducing water demand key to Southwest’s future -- Steve Harris #conservation #RioGrande #ColoradoRiver #COriver #aridification
Here’s guest column penned by Steve Harris that’s running in The Albuquerque Journal:
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Those of us who live and recreate in the arid Southwest have always faced serious water supply challenges; struggling to survive through endlessly recurring droughts, we understand how precious water is to our communities, livelihoods and economy.
Greeley Water Pollution Control Facility awarded a National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) Peak Performance Platinum 8 Award
Meadows were greening up in Colorado’s Egeria Park by early May even as snow held on in the Flat Tops. Photo/Allen Best
Olympus Dam photo via the US Bureau of Reclamation. 468 more words