The June 2022 Confluence Newsletter is hot off the presses from @CWCB_DNR

A kayaker runs the 6-foot drop of Slaughterhouse Falls on the Roaring Fork River in June 2021. River recreation and conservation groups are pushing a bill that aims to establish a recreational in-channel values reach designation, which would create a legal mechanism to lease water for river recreation. CREDIT: HEATHER SACKETT/ASPEN JOURNALISM

Click the link to read the newsletter on the Colorado Water Conservation Board website. Here’s an excerpt:

GOING WITH THE FLOW…

Colorado Water Conservation Board Seeking Water Success Stories

As part of the larger Colorado Water Plan update process, the Colorado Water Conservation Board has launched a new online portal for members of the public to submit their success stories on how they are building a stronger water future for Colorado. To learn more and submit a story, visit engagecwcb.org. The Colorado Water Plan draft is set for release for public comment on June 30.

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