Invasive Species

February 13, 2009--Grand Lake officials aim to contain invasive mussels (Grand County Sky-Hi Daily News)

Town of Grand Lake officials are currently working with state and federal agencies on how 100 percent compliance can be achieved around the Three Lakes (Granby and Shadow Mountain Reservoirs and Grand Lake) and Willow Creek Reservoir to ensure that boats are hot-power washed before

February 5, 2009--Tamarisk problem requires SWIFT action in western Garfield County, Colorado (Rifle Citizen Telegram)

A prolific tree that already slurps up more than twice the amount of water in the southwest desert as all the major cities of Southern California combined is the target of an eradication project from New C

February 5, 2009--Conservancy district makes path for river (La Junta Tribune Democrat)

With clear memories of the devastating flood that happened a decade ago, the North La Junta Water Conservancy District is working to clear Tamarisk trees and Russian Olives and are thinning Cottonwood

January 1, 2009--Battle over Little Lake heats up (L.A. Times)

The latest round in the battle between a private hunting club and a geothermal plant for control of an Owens Valley aquifer got underway today with the release of a 900-page final environmental impact repo

Colorado Water Law (Denver, CO)

03/12/2009 8:30 am
03/13/2009 5:15 pm
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Water District Workshop (Grand Junction, CO)

02/05/2009 8:00 am
02/05/2009 5:00 pm
For more information and/or to register, visit the Bureau of Reclamation website at

December 16, 2008--U.S. tightens the tap on water from Northern California (L.A. Times)

Federal wildlife officials on Monday released new restrictions on pumping water from Northern California, further tightening the spigot on flows to Southern California cities and San Joaquin Valley fa

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