Governor orders board to draft water plan

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper is ordering the Colorado Water Conservation Board to come up with a plan to support agriculture in rural Colorado.

In an executive order issued Wednesday, the governor said Colorado deserves a plan that will help farmers and ranchers while complying with complex water laws.

The governor wants a draft report by the end of next year.

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