Two dozen Girl Scouts came to the South Platte River to learn about watersheds — and how to tie a good fly. The post Hooked into river stewardship appeared first on News on TAP.
In 1973, being a black skier was a lonely pursuit. Ski slopes were white-dominated landscapes of intimidation or hostility, and it wasn’t uncommon to encounter overt racism in the lift line. That year, a handful of small ski clubs from around the country decided to band together and hit the slopes as a group. They […]
Lake Powell is expected to get a big water deposit this year — but the decades-long basin drought remains. The post A big spring boost for one of Denver Water’s most important bank accounts appeared first on News on TAP.
Originally published in the Telluride Daily Planet on March 29, 2019. I can tell immediately that the trail conditions will be poor today. As soon as I step out of the car, my boots sink into the ground. It’s saturated from snowmelt. This is going to be muddy. But here I am. I’ve packed the […]
How Denver Water helped pay for long-planned changes to improve boating, paddling at the reservoir.
Denver Water’s Operations Complex Redevelopment is making us more efficient and saving customers money.