June 4, 2008--Officials to discuss state's water needs (The Daily Sentinel)

Water officials will seek out suggestions for supplying Colorado’s growing water needs over the next half-century in a town hall meeting today at Two Rivers Convention Center. The Colorado River Basin Roundtable will host the meeting, which will include discussion of the history of basin roundtables, as well as a call for discussion of the future. Members of the roundtable will discuss what they would like to see happen in the next 50 years, how to divide the state’s waters among regions and among uses, such as agriculture, industry, energy, domestic, recreation and the environment.


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