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Funding shortfalls, bureaucratic barriers hobble efforts to restore Colorado’s fire-scarred water...
Funding shortfalls are hobbling efforts to clean up watersheds and protect drinking water for more than 1 million Coloradans.
The state water board is encouraging roundtables to adopt a code of conduct, but some Western Slope roundtables are pushing back.
Wells that irrigate agriculture and supply drinking water to more than 100 million Americans are at risk from over-pumping.
With drought continuing to grip the American West, Colorado is declaring one of its last, mostly free-flowing rivers as over-appropriated.
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.