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Montrose: Gunnison Basin Roundtable urges public input to the #COWaterPlan, April 6

From the Ouray County Plaindealer (Bill Tiedje):

Members of the Gunnison Basin Roundtable are urging the public to attend a scoping meeting on April 6 at 7 p.m.

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Colorado Water: Potential new transmountain diversion gets a boost at statewide summit -- The Aspen Times

From Aspen Journalism (Brent Gardner-Smith):

The prospects for a potential new transmountain water diversion that would bring more water to Colorado’s growing cities on the Front Range appeared to brighten recently during a meeting of about 300 Colorado water leaders.

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Rio Grande Basin Roundtable meeting recap

From the Valley Courier (Ruth Heide):

Scars from the San Luis Valley’s mining days are slowly healing.

Kerber Creek in the northern part of the Valley is one of the places where mining provided a temporary income and left a permanent scar on the area’s land and water.

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Grand Junction: Public opinions sought 
on statewide water plan #COWaterPlan

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Gary Harmon):

Grand Valley residents on Tuesday can weigh in on the statewide water plan that is now before Gov.

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Water Lines: Group discusses Colorado’s future regarding water & agriculture #COWaterPlan

From The Grand Junction Free Press (Hannah Holm):

The three-evening water course, organized by the Water Center at Colorado Mesa University in February, focused on water for agriculture for three primary reasons: 1) agriculture is the historical foundation of western Colorado’s largest communities; 2) it remains an important feature of our economy and landscape; and 3) as the largest consumer of water in a water-short region, significant transfers from agriculture to urban areas are expected in coming decades.

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