CWCB Meeting (Denver, CO)

01/26/2015 8:30 am
01/27/2015 5:00 pm

The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) will be meeting at the Denver Tech Center. The meeting is two full days and there is a call-in option. For more information contact them direct at (303) 866-3441or visit their website at

Southwest Basin Roundtable Meeting (Cortez, CO)

01/14/2015 2:30 pm

The Southwest Basin Roundtable will be meeting at the Dolores Water Conservancy District (DWCD) offices in Cortez, CO--60 Cactus Street. Social hour starts at 2:30 pm and the meeting will begin at 3:00 pm (they generally last about 2-3 hours). For more information call the DWCD office at (970) 565-7562. 


CFWE Transmountain Diversions Webinar

01/08/2015 9:30 am


The Colorado Foundation for Water Education (CFWE) will be conducting a transmountain diversions webinar

December 29, 2014--San Juan water dries up for first time in 40 years (Albuquerque Journal)

The San Juan-Chama Project, which delivers water from the mountains of southwest Colorado to central New Mexico, had the first shortfall this year in its four-decade history after three consecutive years of bad snowpack.

December 26, 2014--Colorado Water Plan delivered, key dilemmas remain (Grand Junction Sentinel)

Colorado lurched one more step towards resolving how to satisfy growing demands for water with stable-to-diminishing supplies when Governor Hickenlooper received the first complete draft of a statewide water plan on Dec. 10.

December 23, 2014--What will be the fate of McPhee Reservoir? (Durango Herald)

Montezuma County pushed to take over recreation management of McPhee Reservoir during a meeting with top forest officials Friday in Durango.

December 21, 2014--Water talks regard a new transmountain diversion in Colorado (Aspen Journal)

A draft seven-point framework that lays out conditions for a potential new transmountain diversion in Colorado was explained Thursday in Grand Junction to the members of four Western Slope water-planning roundtables.

December 20, 2014--Can a Water Plan Actually Work? (Denver Magazine)

On a bright Friday morning in September, James Eklund, executive director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board, is dressed in a gray suit and a pink shirt to deliver his pitch to the men and women of the Public Affairs Council of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, across town from his office.

December 19, 2014--Agriculture a major priority in water talks (Grand Junction Sentinel)

Protecting Western Slope agriculture appears to be one area of agreement as the region looks for ways of speaking with one voice on Colorado water issues. That was one takeaway from what was effectively a Western Slope water summit held Thursday in Grand Junction with the goal of presenting some consolidated messages on the state’s newly drafted water plan.

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