Giving Thanks For Colorado Water

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Just over three years ago, I started what would become the first of several water courses that I would take while working on my second undergraduate degree in environmental science. It was during that semester that the reality of water’s importance in my life, and everyone else’s, was unexpectedly pushed to the forefront of my mind. Not only would I learn about the fragile relationship between water and humans in the classroom, but a 100-year flood was raging outside of our windows, driving home the importance for balance in the relationship.

Prior to taking this class, I, like many other people, never considered the process that water must go through in order to get to my home in drinkable condition. drinking_waterI did not think about the origin of my water, or that it is a nonrenewable resource that, in the future, might not be available. I was unaware of the…

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