Carter Lake

May 1, 2009--Colorado-Big Thompson Project to receive $14 million in stimulus money (Grand County Sky-Hi Daily News)

The Colorado Big Thompson Project is poised to get $14 million in stimulus funds out of a total $1 billion delivered to the Bureau of Reclamation, and Grand County is hoping a portion is used to enhance Grand Lake water quality.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


April 5, 2009--Mercury mystery in state waters (Denver Post)

The idyllic scene — calm, slate-blue waters fringed by evergreens and snow — belied the problem: a build-up of dangerous mercury in the reservoir's walleye. The heavy metal, however, isn't found in fish in all lakes or all species in tainted lakes — a phenomenon in Colorado and in other parts of the country.


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