MEEKER | The White River Algae Study Technical Advisory Group (TAG) has recommended that the conservation districts sign an agreement with USGS to move forward with the scope of work for the study. The group will be holding a public meeting on Wednesday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at the Fairfield Community Center to provide more information on the details of the study and other updates.
MEEKER | As they did in 2012, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is considering releasing some of its water right holdings in Lake Avery to provide some “fish saving” relief to the White River. At a […]
RBC I The Colorado Water Conservation Board encourages property owners, recreationalists, businesses and communities to pay close attention to local waterways in coming days as stream flows in many rivers within the northern portion of […]
RANGELY | The Rangely Town Council gathered Tuesday for a 2018 budget work session followed by a quick meeting filled with department updates and approval of election resolutions. The council reviewed capital projects by department […]