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The state water board is encouraging roundtables to adopt a code of conduct, but some Western Slope roundtables are pushing back.
Problems with a Grand County, Colorado dam are turning out to be worse than previously thought, and may be tough to plan for moving forward.
Residents of Colorado's Pitkin County are reviving efforts to secure a Wild & Scenic designation on the Crystal River, but it won't be easy.
New dust-on-snow monitoring technology coming to Steamboat lab, expanding a growing snowpack data network
Technology to study the impact of dust on downwind mountain ecosystems in Colorado and Utah will likely be installed in the Rockies this fall.
Water speculation has been sparking debate in Colorado over the last few months.
Front Range water providers released water downstream to test how to get it to the state line in the event of a Colorado River Compact call.
Pitkin County took the final step in a years-long effort to get more water into the often water-short upper Roaring Fork River.
Water forecasting agencies in Colorado have released their April streamflow predictions, confirming what many already knew: Drought and dry soils will diminish rivers this spring.
A consultant working for the city of Aspen is presenting both new sources and storage as part of its water future.
The U.S. Forest Service approved an application from the cities of Aurora and Colorado Springs for geotechnical drilling in the Homestake Valley, one of the first steps toward building a new dam and reservoir on Homestake Creek.