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Routt County State Of The River

Routt County State Of The River Thank you to everyone who participated in the Routt County State of the River Meeting. Please see below for presenter materials: Outlook: Water Year 2022 (Conditions and Forecasts) – Erin Light, Division 6 Engineer, DWR Lake Powell & The Future of West Slope Water – Marielle Cowdin, Colorado River District Ag &

2022-05-17T21:07:03+00:00May 17th, 2022|State of the River, Water News|

Moffat County State Of The River

Moffat County State Of The RiverThank you all for supporting this event! Please see below for presentation files.Outlook: Water Year 2022 (Conditions and Forecasts) – Erin Light, Division 6 Engineer, DWRLake Powell & The Future of West Slope Water   – Lindsay DeFrates, Colorado River DistrictAg & River Health: The Yampa Integrated Water Management Plan – Nicole Seltzer, Colorado River Basin Program

2022-05-17T21:07:42+00:00May 17th, 2022|State of the River, Water News|

2022 Begins With $1 Million Awarded For Five New Water Projects

2022 Begins With $1 Million Awarded For Five New Water Projects Community Funding Partnership begins its second year supporting local projects. Glenwood Springs, Colorado — The passing of ballot measure 7A continues to pay dividends to communities across the fifteen counties of the Colorado River District through the Community Funding Partnership (CFP). The Community Funding Partnership

2022-05-16T21:27:20+00:00May 16th, 2022|Community Funding Partnership, Water News|

Federal Affairs Briefing: Infrastructure Funding And Western Water

Federal Affairs Briefing: Infrastructure Funding And Western Water Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Presents Funding Opportunities for Western Colorado On November 15, President Biden signed the long-awaited, bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). With over $8 billion for Western water infrastructure maintenance and projects – including repairing aging dams and canals, building new storage and

2022-05-16T21:24:00+00:00May 16th, 2022|Community Funding Partnership, Water News|

New Messaging For The Next Era In Water

New Messaging For The Next Era In Water Next-Generation Communication When the Colorado River District was established in 1937, its founders grappled with a straightforward issue: how to keep water flowing west. Though today’s core mission remains the same, Colorado’s skyrocketing population and plummeting water levels add major complexities to navigating and communicating a

2022-05-16T20:41:07+00:00May 16th, 2022|Community Funding Partnership, Water News|

Hydrology Report: ‘Weather Whiplash’ Kicks Off 2022

Hydrology Report: ‘Weather Whiplash’ Kicks Off 2022 Weather Whiplash At the opening of his hydrology report to the Colorado River District Board of Directors on February 8, Director of Science and Interstate Matters Dave “DK” Kanzer used the term ‘weather whiplash’ to describe the first few months of Water Year 2022. The past four

2022-05-16T20:25:39+00:00May 16th, 2022|Water News|

SCADA Workshop

March 2nd, 2022 9 A.M. To 12 P.M. Roubideau Room, 320 West 5th Street, Delta, CO This free workshop will introduce SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) technology; explain its impact on water planning, use and efficiency; funding opportunities and provide examples of local projects which have implemented this technology. Lunch is included for

2022-05-16T20:14:07+00:00May 16th, 2022|Water News|

Water Projects Make Big Impacts In River District

Water Projects Make Big Impacts In River District The Community Partnership Pays Dividends The passing of ballot measure 7A continues to pay dividends to communities across the fifteen counties of the Colorado River District through the Community Funding Partnership (CFP). The CFP program closed its inaugural year with nearly $3 million distributed to 23

2022-05-16T20:05:06+00:00May 16th, 2022|Community Funding Partnership, Press Releases|

Water With Your Lunch: Know Your Snow

Water With Your Lunch: Know Your Snow Missed the webinar? Watch the video recording below or view on our YouTube page! RISING EXPECTATIONS The current snowpack in the Upper Colorado River Basin sits above seasonal averages, but our big reservoir levels hover below 30%. We see flakes in the sky and skiers on the

2022-05-16T20:06:28+00:00May 16th, 2022|Press Releases, Water News|

2022 Second Quarterly Board Newsletter

2022 Second Quarterly Board Newsletter Topics Include: Colorado River Basin Water Supply Conditions – Below Normal…Again Seven New Community Funding Partnership Projects Approved CWCB Puts a "Hard Pause" on Demand Management Federal Affairs Briefing: SCOTUS takes up WOTUS State Affairs Briefing: Legislation Session Roundup River District Staff Updates Save the Date for our Annual

2022-07-08T19:01:37+00:00April 1st, 2022|Newsletter|
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