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The Colorado River (credit: John Moore/Getty Images)

With Future Uncertain, Colorado Shields Its Water

With demand increasing across the West, Colorado is drawing up a strategy to keep some of the trillions of gallons of water that gushes out of the Rocky Mountains every spring.

12/09/2014

An irrigation canal in Weld County (credit: CBS)

Weld County Farmers Recovering From Floods Making Good Progress

There’s been some relief for Weld County farmers still suffering from the effects of last fall’s flooding.

09/10/2014

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Future Trend In Colorado Precipitation Unclear

A draft report on climate change says computer models disagree on whether Colorado’s precipitation will increase or decrease as temperatures rise.

03/12/2014

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Company Seeks To Renew Cloud Seeding Permit

The Colorado Water Conservation Board is holding a public hearing on a Durango-based company’s request to renew its cloud-seeding permit.

09/23/2012

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Water Regulators Seek New Approaches To Drought

Water regulators are asking farmers, ranchers and other water users to share their ideas for dealing with the current drought.

09/19/2012

Program For Endangered Fish A No Go This Spring

Colorado water officials say a voluntary program to provide enhanced spring peak river flows for two endangered fish won’t take effect this year.

05/17/2012

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Two Rivers Water Co. Gets Loan For Reservoir Work

Two Rivers Water Co. says the Colorado Water Conservation Board has approved a nearly $1.2 million loan for it to restore a reservoir built in 1905.

11/22/2011

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Two Rivers Water Co. Gets Loan For Reservoir Work

Two Rivers Water Co. says the Colorado Water Conservation Board has approved a nearly $1.2 million loan for it to restore a reservoir built in 1905.

11/22/2011

Fraser River (credit: hpd-fff.org)

Pond Would Keep Road Sediment Out Of Fraser River

A new project aims to protect the Fraser River from sand that’s applied to Berthoud Pass to improve winter driving conditions.

11/05/2011

Flaming Gorge Reservoir (credit: flaminggorge.com)

Colorado Water Board Backs Study Of Wyoming Pipeline

Colorado water officials have agreed to spend $72,000 to explore a proposal to divert water from Wyoming to the Front Range.

09/14/2011

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