By Allen Best – Wednesday, November 9, 2016 – GRAND COUNTY – A decade ago, Kirk Klancke had hard, cold feelings about Denver Water.

A stonemason for 35 years who moved to the Fraser Valley in 1971, he was passionate about the outdoors, particularly fly-fishing, and was outraged by depleted flows of the Fraser River and tributary creeks below a network of transmountain diversions.

Listening to Denver Water’s plans to step up diversions from these Colorado River tributaries, Klancke would seethe.

Today, Klancke almost gushes with compliments. Read more at mountaintownnews.net