In The News

April 13, 2014--Watered-down lawn bill signed into law (Pueblo Chieftain)

A bill that initially sought to tie water supplies for new developments to minimal landscaping irrigation was signed into law Friday by Gov. John Hickenlooper.


April 12, 2014--Groups work to protect West Slope water interests (Post Independent)

A new listing that ranks the entire c as the second-most-endangered river network in the United States brings important attention to the “hardest working river in America,” observes Jim Pokrandt, spokesman for the Colorado River District.


April 12, 2014--WaterSmart software for a more water-wise lifestyle (Mercury News)

WaterSmart Software, a small startup in San Francisco, is working with local water districts in California and other states to transform meter data into easy-to-understand home water reports that are mailed directly to homeowners or made accessible via the Web and mobile devices. WaterSmart now has 15 water district customers in four states, and several more pending.


April 11, 2014--EPA strategic plan charts direction for next four years (Water Online)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its fiscal year (FY) 2014 to 2018 Strategic Plan recently, which provides a blueprint for advancing EPA’s mission to protect public health and the environment across the country.