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12 January 2016

Aspen to develop river management plan for upper Fork

The Aspen Times

The city of Aspen is seeking consultants to help it prepare a river management plan for the upper Roaring Fork River, which has been plagued in drought years by low flows as it winds through central Aspen.

“The city of Aspen plans ...

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Alamosa River receives streamflow restoration

Valley Courier

CAPULIN – Water running down the Alamosa River finally will be officially protected as instream flow. On November 5, the Division 3 Water Court issued a final decree, formally confirming the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the ...

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BRUCE CARTA: Trust Deserves Credit

Steamboat Today

On behalf of the Yampa Valley Flyfishers (YVFF) Chapter of Trout Unlimited and its 249 members, I would like to thank the Colorado Water Trust for once again supplementing late season flows in the upper Yampa River. The timely release of ...

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Project aims to restore Roaring Fork flow levels

Aspen Daily News

Healthy Rivers and Streams bestows $35,000 grant to help fund effort

A three-pronged approach to restore local water flows got a shot in the arm on Tuesday when Pitkin County supported a $35,000 Healthy Rivers and Streams grant to help a Front ...

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