Colorado River District
Should river towns be forced to build costly parks to get recreational water rights?
American Whitewater wants to adjust Recreational In-Channel Diversion water rights so communities can protect recreational flows without building whitewater parks.
Opinion: The Windy Gap settlement is a win for the West Slope and its waters
As Western Colorado leaders, we congratulate the parties involved in continuing a history of cooperative solutions to benefit water users and choosing collaboration over litigation.
Opinion: On this one thing, 9 Colorado water managers agree
Venture capital has circled Colorado water before. This time, investors are posturing as the only solution to a climate change driven reduction in the flows of our rivers.
As pandemic hammers its finances, Vail pulls out of state cloud seeding program
Vail Resorts says it can't afford to cover 20% of the $1.5M Colorado spends to trigger more snow and ultimately more water.
Glenwood Springs needs $10.5 million — right now — to prepare for watershed impacts of Grizzly Creek Fire
The city has sketched plans for $86 million in public projects, including a $57 million bridge for wildfire evacuation, to handle debris and ash threatening its water supply now and to manage threats from future wildfires.
Proposal to shrink Holy Cross Wilderness, increase water storage draws hundreds of comments
Environmentalists are lining up against the plan to benefit Aurora, Colorado Springs and some Western Slope interests. The fight, they say, “will be as big as the Two Forks fight was.”