Monthly Archives: February 2011

Upper Colorado River is “Tapped Out”

Here’s a new TU video that asks the important question, “Denver, do you know where your water comes from?”  For decades, water diversions from the Upper Colorado River have been fueling Front Range population growth, and two new proposed diversions … Continue reading

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Idahoans want alternatives to Teton Dam

The proposal to rebuild Teton Dam in eastern Idaho’s rugged Teton Canyon (a fantastic native trout fishery) isn’t very popular with the people of Idaho, according to a new poll conducted by American Rivers. The survey found that, when presented with options, … Continue reading

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EPA Takes First Step Toward Protecting Bristol Bay

Big news emerged from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 10 office in Seattle today. At the request of nine federally recognized tribes from the Bristol Bay region, the federal agency announced that it would undertake a scientific review of the … Continue reading

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