Aaron Million

February 21, 2014--Million still seeks gorge water (Green River Star)

The Aaron Million water project continues on in the form of a request to the Bureau of the Interior. Million’s request, as published in the Federal Register Feb.

June 23, 2012--Task force: No consensus on whether Million's pipeline makes sense (Coloradoan)

On Friday, a task force of water interests from across Colorado charged to look into the feasibility of tapping the Green River met in Colorado Springs to discuss whether it’s possible or desirable to build a Flaming Gorge pipeline.

May 17, 2012--Flaming Gorge pipeline suffers another blow (Coloradoan)

The federal government dealt Fort Collins entrepreneur Aaron Million’s Flaming Gorge Pipeline proposal another setback Thursday morning. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied Wyco Power and Water, Inc.’s appeal of the agency’s earlier dismissal of Wyco’s application for a federal feasibility of the proposed pipeline.

May 15, 2012--American Rivers ranks Green, Crystal among nation’s most endangered waterways (Colorado Independent)

Water withdrawals are threatening the Green River as potential dams and diversions are putting fish, wildlife and recreation at risk on the Crystal River, according to a new report. Both rivers made the annual “America’s Most Endangered Rivers” report released this morning.

March 23, 2012--Appeal filed in Flaming Gorge water pipeline project (Denver Business Journal)

The Colorado businessman who wants to build a 501-mile pipeline to carry water from Wyoming to the Front Range wants the federal government to reconsider rejecting his proposal. The Associated Press reports that Aaron Million of Fort Collins filed the request Friday with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

February 23, 2012--Feds reject Flaming Gorge pipeline proposal (Summit Voice)

The proposal for bringing new water to the thirsty Front Range of Colorado was rejected as “premature” this week by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, subject to a potential rehearing. The 560-mile pipeline, formally called the Regional Water Supply Project, could potentially transport up to 250,000 acre feet of water from the Green River Basin in Wyoming to Colorado.

January 25, 2012--Water wars: Colorado River activists to rally at EPA against more diversions (Denver Westword)

In the next few weeks, federal regulators will decide whether the Upper Colorado River needs additional protections in the face of growing demands from thirsty Front Range towns.

June 24, 2011--Million: Pipeline to be built despite regulatory limbo (Coloradoan)

Embattled Fort Collins entrepreneur Aaron Million has until July 5 to inform the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers whether he wants the agency to proceed with the environmental review of his Regional Watershed Supply Project, which would pipe water 550 miles from Wyoming's Flaming Gorge Reservoir to Front Range water suppliers.

May 25, 2011--Federal agency stops work on Flaming Gorge pipeline study (Grand Junction Sentinel)

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has suspended its evaluation of a proposed pipeline to carry water from southwestern Wyoming to the Front Range of Colorado while the developer apparently considers whether to ask a different federal agency to carry on the work.

December 24, 2010--Aaron Million tweaks his water project (Coloradoan)

Fort Collins entrepreneur Aaron Million says he has big plans in 2011 for reshaping his proposed Regional Watershed Supply Project, possibly focusing the project not just on supplying water to Front Range communities, but turning the pipeline into a major hydroelectric power project.

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