Co Public Radio on the Virtue of Compromise

By Nathaniel Minor – Wednesday, Dec 7, 2016 – Colorado’s economy depends on water: where it is, where the people who need it live and work, who has rights to it. Fights over those needs are a core part of the state’s history, and they tend to follow a...
An alchemy of water in the Colorado River headwaters

An alchemy of water in the Colorado River headwaters

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...

Denver Water looks to cool temps in Ranch Creek

Lance Maggart – Aug 10, 2016 – Spend a little while living in the high country and you will come to discover that the lives of those who call this region home are defined by moisture; from the abundance found in winter to the relative deficit that prompts...
Trout Unlimited’s Gross Reservoir expansion update

Trout Unlimited’s Gross Reservoir expansion update

Posted by Jeff Florence on July 15, 2016 – Typically when reservoirs are being expanded, it isn’t as complicated as expanding Gross Reservoir. The Boulder County body of water may seem like any other reservoir but the idea of adding more water to it needs to...