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Why Some Western Water Agencies Are Writing 100-Year Water Plans

The way that the plan deals with watersheds I think is very important,” That’s because the plan connects the dots between customers’ taps and the upstream forests that naturally gather and store...

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Success Story! Water Agency Finds Innovative Way to Protect Headwaters

Goal: predict future water needs, figure out where the water can come from and protect those resources. Read how this forward thinking New Mexico Water Agency is protecting headwaters with smart solu...

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Weeding through Restoration Priorities

Here's a jump-start in creating your actionable watershed investment plan. Revitalization News highlights our Restorations Priorities Primer in their July 15, 2017 article.  

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What We Know and What We Don't Know - Remembering when all of Colorado seemed to be on fire

How might warming temperatures change the fire regimes? Mountain Town News highlights our Aurora Convening in their June 12, 2017 article. Photo Credit: Allen Best

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How rising temperatures will change forests in the Rocky Mountains; and what remains uncertain?

What do scientists say about how rising temperatures will change forests in the Rocky Mountains; and what remains uncertain? Alan Best, Editor/Publisher, Mountain Town News has this to report after o...

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