Watershed

October 3, 2012--Deforestation in snowy regions causes more floods (Science Daily)

New research suggests that cutting down swaths of forest in snowy regions at least doubles -- and potentially quadruples -- the number of large floods that occur along the rivers and streams passing through those forests.


June 14, 2011--Wildfire near Colo.-NM border doubles in size (Colorado Springs Gazette)

A wildfire near the New Mexico-Colorado border that has already forced the evacuation of about 200 homes and businesses and shut down part of a major interstate has


San Juan River Workgroup Meeting (Pagosa Springs, CO)

11/29/2010 5:30 pm

At the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs.


June 22, 2010--Green groups appeal ruling greenlighting drilling in pristine HD Mountains (Colorado Independent)

The environmental law firm Earthjustice Tuesday challenged a May court ruling in favor of the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management that would allow dozens of natural gas wells in the HD Mountains between Durango and Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado.


September 9, 2009--Coal Creek Watershed receives two grants (Crested Butte News)

The Coal Creek Watershed Coalition (CCWC) recently received $33,006 from two sources to further their work within the Coal Creek Watershed. The Colorado Healthy Rivers Fund awarded $10,756 to the CCWC to fund four programs. The CCWC was also awarded $22,250 by the Colorado Water Conservation Board to complete a riparian assessment in the watershed.

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