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PLEASE SIGN ON-LINE PETITION!

The Animas River Stakeholders Group is trying to get citizen participation in advocating for Good Samaritan Legislation via a website Trout Unlimited has set up. Please sign the petition to finally get common-sense legislation to help clean up our rivers!


Jackson Gulch Project Water for Lease for 2015 Irrigation Season!

MANCOS WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR LEASING JACKSON GULCH PROJECT WATER FOR THE 2015 IRRIGATION SEASON

CONTACT

Mancos Water Conservancy District
42599 C. R. N
Mancos, Colorado  81328
(970) 533-7325


World Oceans Day--June 8th!

World Oceans Day is about putting a spotlight on one of Earth’s most vital resources, including the things that threaten its future. The United Nations has called the oceans the “heart of the planet,” underscoring the vital role the oceans, which make up nearly two-thirds of earth’s surface, play in sustaining life. The first World Oceans Day was marked in 2002.


WIP Spring 2015 Newsletter Now Available!

The Spring 2015 Water Information Program newsletter is now available!


***2015 Colorado NPS Funding Cycle Begins***

The Colorado Nonpoint Source Program (NPS) is announcing the start of the 2015 Colorado NPS Funding Cycle. Proposal application information, instruction documents, application forms, and deadlines can be found here.


Colorado WaterWise Value of Water Toolkit is Now Available!

Colorado WaterWise Value of Water Toolkit is now available! It has evolved into the new Colorado Water – Live Like You Love It program.

EPA Releases “Being Prepared for Climate Change: A Workbook for Developing Risk-Based Adaptation Plans”

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Climate Ready Estuaries program has published Being Prepared for Climate Change: A Workbook for Developing Risk-Based Adaptation Plans as a resource for environmental managers and planners.

Two West Slope Water Conservation Districts Jointly Adopt Principles for Addressing Colorado River Drought Conditions

The two Water Conservation Districts that comprise the entire Colorado River basin in Colorado adopted implementation principles concerning how the current, extended drought conditions are addressed on the Colorado River’s storage system.

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