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‘This is really a gem now,’ Poudre River Whitewater Park opens with a splash -- The Rocky Mountain Collegian

From The Rocky Mountain Collegian (Ceci Taylor):

Sounds of the Poudre River rolling over rocks, children and adults laughing and screaming and live music could be heard just north of Old Town at the Poudre River Whitewater Park Saturday.

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Today's "Heated" newsletter from Emily Atkin is about reporting on indigenous people #IndigenousPeoplesDay @emorwee

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What does this have to do with climate?

Indian Country is on the front lines of the climate crisis currently unfolding in the United States, and has been for some time.

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The latest "The Current" newsletter is hot off the presses from the Colorado Water Center

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A Happy Hour for Water: Event for The Water Resources Archive

Competition for urban, agricultural, and ecological water needs create challenges for policy and research.

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The latest "E-Newsletter" is hot off the presses from the Hutchins Water Center

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RIVER DISTRICT SEMINAR TALKS
The Colorado River District’s annual seminar drew a big crowd and featured speakers with provocative ideas, like a “grand bargain” to cap upper basin uses in exchange for lifting the threat of a compact call by the lower basin.

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Lincoln Park Superfund annual meeting set for Thursday -- The Cañon City Daily Record

From The Cañon City Daily Record:

The EPA Annual Meeting reporting on activities at the Superfund site will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Abbots Room, Abbey Conference Center.

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Ag groups endorse Prop DD as down payment on critical water needs -- The North Forty News

From The North Forty News (Cynthia Wilson):

A coalition of agricultural groups announced their support for Proposition DD, which asks voters this fall to tax casinos’ sports-betting profits to help conserve and protect the state’s water supplies.

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The September 2019 “Gunnison River Basin News” is hot off the presses from the Gunnison Basin Roundtable

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The Fire Mountain Canal Improvement Project (“Segment 47”; 22,400 feet or 4.2 miles, large diameter pipe; including new Leroux Creek siphon; Total Cost Estimated at $4.6MM).

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