Front Range Water Council

December 24, 2011--Rocky Mountain region water districts investing in cloud-seeding (Denver Post)

With the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District facing steep revenue declines, district manager Frank Kugel realized the season's cloud-seeding budge

Water & Growth Update

A study commissioned by the Front Range Water Council was undertaken to explain the relationship of water to the Colorado Economy. The Council is made up of the state’s largest water providers, who are also importing most of the water from the Western Slope. The Front Range represents 82 percent of the population and 86 percent of income.

September 20, 2008--Water group offers vision of how Front Range's future will flow (Rocky Mountain News)

In 50 years, housing developments will be packed tight, water prices will be sky high and cities such as Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs will share their expensive water systems instead of insisting that everything remain separate, as they do today.

May 17, 2008--SE district joins Front Range 'superpower' (Pueblo Chieftain)

The valley’s largest water conservancy district voted Thursday to formally join a consortium of the largest water importers in the state despite objections from two board members. In a 12-2 vote, the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District voted to join the Front Range Water Council, a group that has been meeting on a staff level since December 2004.

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