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Colorado State University Western Water Symposium recap #COWaterPlan

From The Colorado Springs Gazette (Ryan Maye Handy):

The battle between cities and agriculture for water was the theme for a Monday gathering of water experts from around the West who came to Colorado State University for the institution’s first Western Water Symposium.

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Yampa River waters a hot commodity -- Steamboat Today #COWaterPlan #ColoradoRiver #COriver

From Steamboat Today (Lauren Blair):

Both legislators and members from the Colorado Water Conservation Board appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper visited Craig on Wednesday to present information on the plan and listen to public input.

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Water bosses: Colorado will have enough water if managed right -- Colorado Public Radio #COWaterPlan #ColoradoRiver #COriver

Flood irrigation in the Arkansas Valley via Greg Hobbs

Denver City Park sunrise

Gore Canyon rafting via Blogspot.com

Ike enjoying the Fraser River back in the day… 513 more words

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#COWaterPlan better 
than brinksmanship, representatives say -- Grand Junction Daily Sentinel #ColoradoRiver #COriver

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Gary Harmon):

A West Slope attitude that not one more drop of water should be diverted to the East Slope is an approach that’s likely to fail at the worst of times, several speakers said Saturday at a West Slope water summit.

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Colorado's water plan: an end to mega projects? -- High Country News #COWaterPlan

Colorado transmountain diversions via the State Engineer’s office

Colorado transmountain diversions via the University of Colorado

Conceptual vision of potential transmountain diversions from the South Platte Roundtable Basin Implementation Plan… 490 more words

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Colorado’s water plan faces choppy waters -- The Durango Herald #COWaterPlan

From The Durango Herald (Peter Marcus):

…some wonder if rural Colorado is over-accommodating metro areas with the plan. State water officials – with input from eight regional water basins – outlined an estimated $20 billion in projects related to a municipal water-supply gap, which is growing largely because of Front Range expansion.

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