RBC | A group of local conservationists and environmentalists (many of which are agriculture and industry producers and elected officials) held their first White River Planning Advisory Committee meeting. The purpose was to begin the process […]
RBC | If you have agricultural water right, then the Colorado Ag Water Alliance (CAWA) workshop is for you. If you are concerned about the future of Colorado’s water, then the CAWA workshop will be […]
RANGELY | The Douglas Creek Conservation District held its annual meeting and banquet on Saturday. The event, which was attended by members, district stakeholders and numerous speakers, provided an evening of rangeland and water information. […]
RBC I Last week’s Natural Resources Water Tour of the White River Valley began Thursday with a reception and dinner featuring a presentation by John Stulp, who is Gov. John Hickenlooper’s water projects and permit […]
Rio Blanco County Sheriff Anthony Mazzola, White River Conservation District Vice President Gary Moyer, Meeker, Rangely Community Network Guest Speaker John Stulp and Yampa-White-Green Rivers Basin Roundtable member Burt Clements, of Craig, are pictured here […]
RBC I The Community Agriculture Alliance is hosting three meetings next week on the Western Slope with John Stulp, the Special Water Policy Advisor to Gov. John Hickenlooper.
RBC I People today seem to take it for granted that Americans have lost any capacity for working through difficult problems, especially where cultural differences are concerned. That attitude has surfaced in response to Colorado’s […]
RBC I Hosted by the Rio Blanco County Farm Bureau, Colorado Farm Bureau Vice President Carlyle Currier of Molina (Mesa County) discussed on Jan. 26 the development and implications of the recently finalized State Water […]
RBC I Are you concerned about how Colorado will balance the water needs for agriculture, urban demands and our environment in coming decades?
RBC I Underneath the surface of Colorado’s new water plan is an unspoken acknowledgment: the days of moving large amounts of water up and over the Rockies are probably done.