Cooperation, not conflict, is key 
to making river system work

By Richard Van Gytenbeek Like many people in western Colorado, I start most mornings looking at the weather forecasts and studying the current snowpack estimates. On most of those mornings,…




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Of course cooperation between agriculture and recreation is important. But let’s not forget to involve residential/commercial water consumers and extractive industries like oil and gas production, which does not rely on long-term preservation.

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