CWT News

21 August 2014

City of Aspen Gives the Roaring Fork Another Boost

For the second year in a row, the City of Aspen has voluntarily closed the headgate of the City-owned Wheeler Ditch in an effort to improve flows in the Roaring Fork River.  Flows in the river dropped below 32 cubic feet per second ...

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West-Slope Colorado Towns Restore Local Flows

Water Currents

West-Slope Colorado Towns Restore Local Flows, Even as Thirsty Front-Range Lawns Drink From their Rivers

When residents in Denver, Colorado Springs and other cities on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains turn on their sprinklers to irrigate ...

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Aspen agrees to leave more water in the Fork

Aspen Journalism

In an effort to improve the aquatic environment of the Roaring Fork River as it flows through central Aspen, the city of Aspen has agreed to leave 2 to 3 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water in the river during low-flow periods this summer ...

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Brewing Up Commitment to Clean Water

Brewing Up Commitment to Clean Water

Water Sustainability at New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins, Colorado

Colorado is home to 53 mountain peaks that stand over 14,000 feet, a claim that no other state can make. With ...

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