Hot, dry future in the forecast

Climate models show long-range reduction in West Slope water supply

Western Colorado’s future looks to be hot and dry, according to climate research at the University of Colorado, promoting calls for preparations. Global climate models suggest the…




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We certainly should be starting NOW to require new developments to use drought-tolerant landscaping instead of lawns. I see people watering lawns every day in our area. The sooner we get serious about reducing water use, the easier it will be to address.

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