Outlook still dry with end of winter

In perhaps the surest sign of spring, water is flowing through the Government Highline Canal across the northern edge of the Grand Valley. Already, though, water managers across western…




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Given future population growth, water demands from gas production, and the drought, should we start encouraging developers to install water-wise plants instead of bluegrass lawns? It’s easier to prevent growth in water use than to cut back on watering existing plants.

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