Hutchins Water Center: The latest E-Newsletter is hot off the presses

Colorado National Monument from the Colorado River Trail near Fruita September 2014

Click here to read the newsletter. Here’s an excerpt:


The Colorado Water Institute has released a special report on how to advance in Colorado with Alternative Transfer Methods (ATMs), which move water from agriculture to other uses without permanently drying up farmland. The recommendations include establishing separate working groups for ATM’s to provide water for urban use and ATM’s to facilitate Colorado River Compact compliance.

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