Adult Zebra Mussels Found in Western Colorado

Adult Zebra Mussel Found in Western Colorado Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has confirmed the presence of an extremely invasive zebra mussel in Highline Lake at Highline Lake State Park in Loma, CO. This is the first time an adult zebra mussel has ever been found in Colorado waters.    CPW found a single adult zebra

2022-10-31T22:00:27+00:00October 31st, 2022|Newsletter, Water News|

State Affairs Briefing: Fourth Quarter 2022

Interim Water and Agriculture Committee Adjourns for the Year  Colorado’s Interim Water Resources and Agriculture Review Committee held its final hearing of the Interim Session on September 22, 2022. By statute, the Committee meets each Interim Session to study the conservation, use, development, and financing of the water resources of Colorado, and to review and

2022-10-31T21:51:34+00:00October 31st, 2022|Newsletter, Water News|

A Warm & Variable Water Year 2022

Warm and Variable Water Year, Reservoirs Continue Decline Dave Kanzer, Director of Science and Interstate Matters at the Colorado River District, provided the Board of Directors with a hydrologic summary of Water Year 2022 on Tuesday, October 18. Many of the Board’s decisions rely on a comprehensive understanding of reservoir and river levels, snowpack,

2022-10-31T21:42:58+00:00October 31st, 2022|Newsletter, Water News|

Board Approves Four More Water Projects

Soil Moisture sensing device. Newly Funded Water Projects to Aid in More Accurate Water Forecasting During the Fourth Quarterly General and Enterprise Meeting of 2022, the Board of Directors approved $195,293 for four new Community Funding Partnership projects. In less than two years of operation, the Community Funding Partnership has supported over

Now Hiring Water Resources Engineer

POSITION SUMMARY: Consistent with Colorado River District mission and strategic priorities, the Water Resources Engineer/Project Manager provides technical engineering, scientific expertise, advocacy, and project management support for multiple projects at various phases of facilitation, planning, design, permitting, development, implementation, construction, and/or operation. Coordinates organization’s efforts with other governmental agencies, and/or local entities and participates

2022-10-28T21:41:47+00:00October 27th, 2022|Newsletter, Water News|

Board of Directors Meets for Fourth Quarterly Meeting of 2022

Board of Directors to Reflect on Water Year 2022 Next Tuesday, October 18 and Wednesday, October 19, the Colorado River District Board of Directors will hold their fourth quarterly Board Meeting of 2022 at the River District office in Glenwood Springs. Members of the public may sign up to view the live stream HERE.

Water With Your Lunch: Towns and Turf

Thank you for joining us! Please feel free to reach out to our presenters with further questions, or contact us at . Lindsay Rogers – Water Policy Analyst, Western Resource Advocates – Kat Weismiller – Deputy Section Chief for Conservation, Climate & Water Supply Planning, Colorado Water Conservation Board – Peter

2022-10-27T18:50:11+00:00October 6th, 2022|Water News|

River District Awards Half Million in Accelerator Grants

River District Awards Half Million in Accelerator Grants Over $490,000 awarded to help local projects complete competitive applications for funds available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, October 3, 2022  Grand Junction, Colorado — Along with the nearly half a million dollars awarded in Accelerator Grants, the Colorado River District’s Community Funding

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