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From American Rivers (Sinjin Eberle, Kristin Green, Rob Harris, Brian Jackson)
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A recent article suggested that the Colorado Water Plan could cost much more than anticipated – but estimates of higher cost are misguided, as all the proposals for proposed projects, and smart prioritization, is not yet final.
Here’s the release from the WISE Project:
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Denver, Aurora and South Metro region connect water systems to maximize efficiencies
DENVER, Aug. 16, 2017 – One of the most exciting water projects in Colorado’s history is now live.
@COindedpendent: As hundreds of thousands of people move to Colorado, a critical water supply report is years behind schedule
From The Colorado Independent (Marianne Goodland):
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Editor’s note: Marianne Goodland reports on water issues for this ongoing series: PARCHED, which looks at conservation, the role of agriculture and storage, as Colorado prepares for a looming water shortage brought on by population growth and climate change.
Here’s an interview with Bart Miller about the Colorado Water Plan from Water Deeply (Matt Weiser):
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Recent adoption of the first Colorado Water Plan sets the state on a path to resolve projected shortfalls in water supply, but the plan has flaws that still need attention, explains Western Resource Advocate’s Bart Miller.
From The Alamosa News:
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The Colorado Water Conservation Board is a known name with an often unknown role. However, one thing is certain, it is the guiding force behind water policy in the State of Colorado and has been a key provider of financial means for many important water projects in the San Luis Valley.