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@COWaterPlan: Where is it one year later? -- The Pueblo Chieftain

Here’s a guest column from Crisanta Duran that’s running in The Pueblo Chieftain:

In the American West, nothing is more vital or sacred than water.

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Colorado’s water plan: A year of strong progress

Here’s a guest column from James Eklund and Russ George that’s running in the The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel:

One year ago, Gov. Hickenlooper presented Colorado’s Water Plan, the result of unprecedented statewide collaboration over 2½ years to ensure sufficient water supplies to keep our cities, farms and environment thriving even as Colorado is expected to add millions of people in coming decades.

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The CWCB Confluence -- @CWCB_DNR @ColoradoWaterPlan

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

Colorado’s Water Plan turned one year old in November.
This CWCB Confluence issue is dedicated to celebrating the work of Coloradans across the state to implement the plan and ensure that the state’s most valuable resource is protected and available for generations to come.

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#COWaterPlan: Coalition embarks on Blue River efficiency project -- Sky-Hi Daily News #ColoradoRiver #COriver

From The Sky-Hi Daily News (Kevin Fixler):

Efforts continue throughout Colorado with implementation of the one-year-old state water plan, and Summit County is trying to do its part.

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#COWaterPlan celebrates one year anniversary -- #Colorado Independent

From The Colorado Independent (Marianne Goodland):

In the year since Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Colorado Water Conservation Board released a much-ballyhooed plan to grapple with a looming water shortage, a critical question remains: How to come up with the estimated $20 billion to pay for it?

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A year later, #COWaterPlan progress assessed -- Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Dennis Webb):

Colorado’s water plan hit its first birthday this month, prompting state water officials and some water activists to offer an assessment of how implementation has been going in addressing the state’s future water needs.

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#COWaterPlan faces new hurdles on one-year anniversary -- Glenwood Springs Post Independent

From The Glenwood Springs Post Independent (Kevin Fixler):

Even proponents for the first-of-its kind strategy — a non-binding set of goals and guidelines that prepares for the year 2050, when Colorado’s population is anticipated to more than double to 10.5 million — acknowledge it’s gotten off to a slow start.

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