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Colorado Parks and Wildlife seeking applications for projects that will restore wetland habitat -- #Colorado Parks & Wildlife

From Colorado Parks & Wildlife (Travis Duncan):

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is seeking applications for wetland and riparian restoration, enhancement, and creation projects to support its Wetlands Program Strategic Plan.

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Denver Water asks EPA for rare exemption from Safe Drinking Water Act -- @WaterEdCO

From Water Education Colorado (Jerd Smith):

Denver Water is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a rare exemption to the Safe Drinking Water Act, the latest move in the utility’s long-running legal dispute with state health officials over how best to keep lead out of its customers’ tap water.

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Wildfires in All Seasons? -- @USDA

From the U.S. Department of Agriculture (Deb Schweizer):

In recent decades the number, severity and overall size of wildfires has increased across much of the U.S.

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Town of Saguache opposes water export plan -- Center Post-Dispatch

From The Center Post-Dispatch (Teresa L. Benns):

Sean Tonner with Renewable Water Resources (RWR), who is peddling a water export plan he says is finding support among farmers and ranchers in the Valley, presented his plan to the town of Saguache last month during a town board meeting.

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Assessing the Global Climate in June 2019 Warmest June on record for the globe, record-low Antarctic sea ice extent -- @NOAA

From the National Center for Environmental Information:

The global land and ocean surface temperature departure from average for June 2019 was the highest for the month of June in the 140-year NOAA global temperature dataset record, which dates back to 1880.

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Lowry Landfill Superfund Site update

From The Aurora Sentinel (Grand Stringer):

For two decades, hydrogeologist Lee Pivonka has monitored toxic waste at and around the Superfund site for Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

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#Runoff news: #ArkansasRiver below Lake Pueblo State Park dam reopens to casual tubers after flows return to normal summer levels -- #Colorado Parks & Wildlife

From KRDO.com (Andrew McMillan):

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) on Thursday reopened a section of the Arkansas River below the dam at Lake Pueblo State Park to people on inner-tubes and non-whitewater boats.

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