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Colorado's chief climate expert told an anxious group of farmers and Front Range water managers Thursday that early spring weather gives rise to some drought optimism.
Municipal water utilities along the Front Range may enact tough restrictions on watering this spring and summer because of Colorado's ongoing drought, The Denver Post reports. Denver Water, Aurora Water and Colorado Springs Utilities will decide soon whether to limit lawn watering to just twice a week. Denver Water and the Colorado Springs City Council will vote at month's end.
Lower-basin states — Arizona, Nevada and California — have used their share of water allocated by the Colorado River Compact of 1922 and more, but the headwater st
January 29, 2013--Western Resource Advocates lauds Colorado Water Conservation Board vote to kill Flaming Gorge Task Force (North Forty News)
The Colorado Water Conservation Board today voted overwhelmingly to end funding for the Flaming Gorge Task Force, which had been considering future large-scale water diversion projects such as the Flaming Gorge Pipeline.
A project that could pump enough water from underground aquifers to serve 100,000 more people along Colorado's Front Range is moving ahead — even as communities pledge t
A task force that spent the last year studying issues related to proposals to divert water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming to Colorado says state leaders first need to agree on how Colorado's water needs can be met.
Prolonged drought and a rising population have put the squeeze on Western Slope water supplies.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has looked into the idea of a pipeline carrying water from the Missouri River to Denver and doesn't think that's likely to become a reality, The Kansas City Star reports.
Regular readers of this column are probably aware that Colorado is on course for a significant “gap” between municipal water demands and supplies by 2050, when the state's population is forecast to reach 10 million people — about double what it is now. Gov.
Importing water from the Missouri River to Colorado's semi-arid Front Range has emerged as an option western states are considering to deal with increasing overuse of the Colo