Colorado River Water Conservation District

Is the Colorado River Tapped Out?

Jul 2, 2021
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Colorado River District Asks Voters for Tax Increase

Oct 15, 2020
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Have your ballot handy? Question 7A asks for a mill levy increase in the Colorado River Water Conservation District’s fifteen counties. For the full discussion, click here.

Valley Voices: Andy Mueller on the Grand Bargain

Sep 12, 2019

Water officials across the West are talking about a Grand Bargain that would change the 1922 Colorado River Compact. For this week's Valley Voices, host Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Andy Mueller, director of the Colorado River Water Conservation District, to find out more about the deal.

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, February 28th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine on the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale in their newly renovated and expanded 12,000 square foot space. For a list of today's event like Roaring Fork Conservancy presenting Plant a Seek Grow a Snowpack: A Discussion of Cloud Seeding the Upper Colorado River Basin follow the headline...

The Colorado River Water Conservation District is facing some funding problems but hopes a recent successful effort by Colorado Mountain College to free up tax money will also benefit them. To dive deeper into a slightly murky issue, Brent Gardner-Smith of Aspen Journalism joins Mark Duggan for this week's KDNK News Brief.

The snow-water equivalent on McClure Pass hit zero on May 1st, and local run-off has already peaked. What does that mean for the Roaring Fork Watershed this summer? How are drought and low flows effecting Colorado? This and more will be discussed tonight at the Roaring Fork Valley State of the Rivers event at the Third Street Center. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Zane Kessler, communications director for the Colorado River District, to find out more.