The Colorado River District is hosting a ‘State of the River’ meeting in Granby May 12

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From email from the Colorado River District (Martha Moore):

The Colorado River District and Grand County are hosting the annual Grand County “State of the River” public meeting on Tues., May 11th from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Mountain Parks Electric Community Center, 321 West Agate, Granby.

Learn about:

* how this year’s snowpack will translate into stream flows,
* Grand Lake water quality issues, and
* critical negotiations affecting the Fraser and Colorado Rivers.

Will Grandma be able to float the Fraser? Will Junior be fishing his favorite fishing hole come August? Which reservoir should Aunt Mille head to for the best boating? And what’s up with all that brown dust on our white snow?

These and more pertinent questions will be answered at the Grand County “State of the River” meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 11th at Mountain Parks Electric Community Room, 321 W. Agate Ave. (Hwy 40), Granby.

Forecasted stream flows, anticipated reservoir operations, water required for endangered fish and projected long-term county water supply and demands will be the main subjects at this annual public meeting sponsored by the Colorado River District and Grand County.

For more information, please contact Martha Moore at (970) 945-8522, ext. 226, or e-mail edinfo@crwcd.org

More Colorado River Basin coverage here.

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