In The News

July 3, 2015--Dry Gulch loan restructuring approved by Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (Pagosa Sun)

The board of directors for the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) voted unanimously on June 29 to accept an agreement regarding the loan restructuring for the Dry Gulch water storage project with the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB), following a green light from the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) last week.


July 2, 2015--Beyond the perfect drought: California’s real water crisis (Environment 360)

The current drought afflicting California is indeed historic, but not because of the low precipitation totals. In fact, in terms of overall precipitation and spring snowpack, the past three years are not record-breakers, according to weather data for the past century.


July 2, 2015--Water conservationists target millennials (Durango Herald)

Water conservation advocates in Colorado are targeting millennials with a campaign that aims at educating them on the value of water. A new website, LoveColoradoWater.org, has been launched by Colorado WaterWise, a statewide group that advocates for water conservation.


July 1, 2015--3 investment ideas to sustain water in the American West (Ecosystems)

The crippling drought in the American West is now making headlines daily and the stories are raising a collective awareness of the unfolding crisis – as The New Yorker did recently when it chronicled the plight of the Colorado in Where the River Runs Dry. If there’s a silver lining to the Western water crisis, it’s that governors, state legislators and federal policy


July 1, 2015--In drying Colorado River Basin, Indian Tribes are water dealmakers (Circle of Blue)

Mired in drought and torched by one of the hottest years ever measured, the seven states of the Colorado River Basin are acutely aware of how a desert can bully water supplies. They are not alone.