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Beyond the Faucet: Protecting Water at it’s Source

Clearly our watersheds require additional support if they are to continue their life-sustaining flows. People all over the West understand that, as Denver Water’s Ron Lehr puts it, “Water doesn’t come out of the stream — it comes out of the forest.” But it isn’t always easy to agree on what the support of those forests should look like.

Written for Carpe Diem West, by guest writer Lori Benjamin and published in Freshwater, 2014 Spring Issue – Read it here

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