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Arkansas River Basin Water Forum, April 11-12, 2018

From the Arkansas River Basin Water Forum via The Pueblo Chieftain:

Streams of funding will become important to keep streams of water flowing in Colorado in the coming decades, Gov.

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#COWaterPlan: "We are looking at the appropriate revenue streams" -- John Stulp

Here’s the release from the Arkansas River Basin Water Forum (Chris Woodka):

Streams of funding will become important to keep streams of water flowing in Colorado in the coming decades, Gov.

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South Platte Roundtable meeting recap

From The Greeley Tribune (Tyler Silvy):

With dozens of people and thousands of acres of farmland affected by high groundwater in Weld County, the South Platte Roundtable on Tuesday accepted recommendations from its Groundwater Technical Committee to solve the problem.

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Governor's Forum on Agriculture recap

From Colorado Politics (Marianne Goodland) via The Durango Herald:

Hickenlooper, speaking to an audience at the 27th annual Governor’s Forum on Agriculture this week, said that the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office met with representatives from recreation offices and outdoor recreation companies from eight states, and the result was something called the Colorado Accord.

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In #Colorado implementing the #COWaterPlan will fall to the next governor

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Floyd Ciruli):

Although Colorado has identified its water needs and has a state plan, 2018 will be a year of political transition.

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Stream management planning offers promise, complications -- Hannah Holm

From The Glenwood Springs Post Independent (Hannah Holm):

On a bright, early fall day in 2017, members of the Colorado Basin Roundtable stood on the banks of the Colorado River watching water slide smoothly over the Bill and Wendy Riffles near Kremmling.

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Two trips around the Sun for the #COWaterPlan

Here’s a guest column from Drew Beckwith that’s running in The Durango Herald. Click through and read the whole column. Here’s an excerpt:

On the second anniversary of the release of Colorado’s Water Plan, a few key facts are unchanged: A swelling population is stretching our water supplies, evidence is mounting that climate change is already reducing flows on the Colorado River and securing and sustaining Colorado’s supply of clean, safe drinking water continues to be top of mind…

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