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11 July 2014

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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Instream Flow Leasing in Colorado

The Water Report

This article discusses: the impact of drought on aquatic habitat; how the Trust built the pilot Request for Water Program in 2012; the previously unused tool that the Program utilized; the Program’s challenges and successes; and overall ...

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Defending a Western River With Art and Collaboration

National Geographic

Kirk Klancke has watched over Colorado's Fraser River for decades.

PHOTOGRAPH BY AL FRENI, TIME LIFE PICTURES/GETTY IMAGES This undated photo shows Dwight D. Eisenhower fishing with his grandson David on the Fraser River in ...

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