Grand Valley Water Users Association

August 28, 2008--Retaining wall collapse leaves some water users high and dry (Grand Junction Sentinel)

A crumbling retaining wall for a lateral diversion from the Government Highline Canal has prompted the Grand Valley Water Users Association to stop the flow of water into the channel, affecting thousands of urban-irrigation customers. 


July 2, 2008--Speakers credit spirit of cooperation for success of fish recovery program (Grand Junction Sentinel)

The completion of the $12.1 million diversion, a 900-foot rock channel that bypasses an 8-foot-high concrete dam that formerly diverted water into the Price-Stubb ditch, removes the last obstacle in the upstream passage for native fish in a 290-mile span of the Colorado River from Lake Powell to Rifle.


June 6, 2008--Roundtable group discusses limited water supply (Grand Junction Free Press)

People in western Colorado have been talking about how to best use the basin’s limited supply of water for the future, water watchers in the Colorado River Basin discussed Wednesday.


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