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Discussion with @JoelSchneekloth, Regional Water Resource Specialist at @ColoradoStateU, on crop residue management, July 28, 2020

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  • What impact can crop residue have on retaining soil moisture and water resources?
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    Water for tomorrow -- Colorado State University #OgallalaAquifer

    From Colorado State University (Anne Manning):

    Stretching 174,000 square miles across the High Plains, bringing life to fields of corn, cotton and wheat, lies the vast geologic resource known as the Ogallala Aquifer.

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    #Climate and weather combine for a #heatwave week and an emerging #megadrought -- The Ark Valley Voice #drought

    From The Ark Valley Voice (Jan Wondra):

    Meteorologists say a sweltering summer heatwave is going to grip some 84 percent of the U.S. population – some 270 million people will see highs in the high 90s, and at one time or another, some 150 million will sweat through heat indexes of more than 100 degrees.

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    Here Are The #Colorado Cities With The Greatest Risk Of Flooding -- Patch.com

    From Patch.com (Amber Fisher):

    A new report from the First Street Foundation provides a national analysis of flood risk in states and cities across the United States, including in Colorado.

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    State announces results of community water sampling project -- #Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment #PFAS

    Here’s the release from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment:

    The state announced the results of a project that tested water statewide for PFAS, pervasive chemicals that originate from toxic firefighting foam and other sources.

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    Arkansas Valley Conduit funding gets final approval -- The Pueblo Chieftain

    From The Pueblo Chieftain (Ryan Severance):

    Construction of the Arkansas Valley Conduit is expected to begin in the near future following the state’s approval of a $100 million financing package for it.

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    Westminster: No water rate hike in 2021

    From the City of Westminster via The Northglenn-Thornton Sentinel:

    Westminster councilors made a plan official that keeps the city’s water and sewer rates in 2021 the same as this year.

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