The latest @CWCB_DNR newsletter is hot off the presses

Photo credit: AgriExpo.com.

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

It’s clear that there is great interest and support for implementing alternatives to permanently drying up irrigated agriculture. This is not only true to maintain the bounty of locally grown food and feed products that come from the lower Arkansas River Valley and other farming locations throughout Colorado, but also to preserve all of the other consequential benefits that would be lost.” – Jack Goble

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