Pumping water from the Western Slope to the Front Range reduces clarity in Grand Lake, even though its scenic values are protected by federal law
Northern Water says river levels still too high to quantify full damage to project meant to restore fish and wildlife.
Why build an expensive reservoir and pipelines to supply Northern Colorado with water when the river will do the job itself, with greater ecological benefit?
The $2 billion NISP reservoir and pipeline network is much closer to reality after the Army Corps of Engineers gives go-ahead.
Responding to the drier conditions in the Colorado River Basin, the board is taking what one member described as a “wait and see” approach
GRANBY — Old-timers around here talk about how they used to need to stop after a springtime drive through Byers Canyon to clean all the bugs out of their radiators. So when longtime angler Bud Isaacs noticed the absence of a stonefly hatch on his favorite stretch of the Colorado River below the 445-acre Windy […]
Northern Colorado ditch companies say they are in need of more water
A brand new stretch of the Colorado River is closer to reality in Grand County. A $2 million donation by PepsiCo has pushed a consortium led by Trout Unlimited closer to its $27.1 million plan to build a 1-mile channel around the Windy Gap Reservoir, which has blocked fish passage and separated the river since […]
Increased prices and scarcity of supply led Firestone to pursue a cheaper water alternative
Fort Collins has placed new barriers in front of Northern Water’s $1.1 billion plan to build a dam and pipeline network along the Cache la Poudre River, further slowing a decades-long project backed by 15 growing Front Range communities and water districts. City government put a hold on the kind of pipeline and infrastructure work […]