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#COWaterPlan: The latest issue of "Colorado Water" is hot off the presses from the #Colorado Water Institute

From the Colorado Water Institute:

Director’s Letter (Reagan Waskom):

The release of the Colorado Water Plan ushers in a new era in our water management, where environmental and recreational values are given the same sense of urgency as traditional water development.

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Agriculture Water Summit in Golden, Colorado, November 29, 2016

From email from the Interbasin Compact Committee:

The Interbasin Compact Committee (IBCC) and Colorado Agriculture Water Alliance (CAWA) will be holding an Agriculture Water Summit in Golden, Colorado.

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@CWCB_DNR #COWaterPlan update now online

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Colorado’s Water Plan sets forth the measurable objectives, goals, and critical actions needed to ensure that Colorado can maintain our state’s values into the future.

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Enviros keeping eye on #COWaterPlan follow-up -- Glenwood Springs Post Independent

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (John Stroud):

Nine months after the much-heralded release of the Colorado Water Plan, conservation groups are watching closely to see that the plan’s water conservation goals are being adequately funded and implemented.

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@ColoradoWater annual seminar recap

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Gary Harmon):

If Colorado’s state water plan is to keep the headwaters state in control of its lifeblood, the plan will require a new spring of cash to replace one that is running dry, officials said Friday.

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Farming Ag water? 2016 Ag Water Right Holder Survey Results Summary -- ColoradoCattle.org

Click here to read the summary. Here’s an excerpt:


The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) and Partners for Western Conservation (PWC) initiated the Ag Water Network in late 2015 with the objective of helping to ‘keep ag water connected with ag land.’ The Ag Water Network is partially funded by a Walton Family Foundation grant.

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Agriculture plays key role in #COWaterPlan -- Montrose Daily Press

From The Montrose Daily Press (Katharhynn Heidelberg):

The state’s population is growing. Its water supply is not.

This reality is the driving force behind the Colorado Water Plan, which aims to conserve what we have against a 560,000 acre-feet gap between supply and demand projected by 2030.

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