Some Good News for Our “Most Endangered River”
In April, American Rivers issued its annual list of Most Endangered Rivers. And the Colorado River – from source to
TU Spells “Relief” on the Gunnison
For over 100 years, the Relief Ditch diversion on the Gunnison River has been a headache for local landowners and
CTU Awards Honor Conservation Leaders
At the annual CTU Awards Banquet, held as part of the Rendezvous in Redstone on April 20, awards were presented
Not Colorado TU, TU in Colorado!
I’m in scenic Redstone a day before Colorado TU’s annual Rendezvous conference, meeting with 20 of the heavy hitters of
In rural Colorado, valuing water – and neighbors
Growing up in the rural West is a sure-fire way to gain a strong appreciation for the value of water.
Tell Denver Water: Don’t Kill The Fraser River!
Denver Water already sucks 60% of the annual flows from the Fraser River, and they now want to take more:
TU praises Windy Gap, criticizes Moffat projects in Denver Post
Drew Peternell, director of TU’s Colorado Water Project, had an op-ed piece carried in the online edition of the Denver
Study on dwindling Colorado River shows need for cooperation
Trout Unlimited calls for creative partnerships to keep rivers flowing and healthy. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation today released its
Willoughby: A victory for upper Colorado River conservation
By Scott Willoughby The Denver Post “I’m very pleased with how things have turned out. We’ve been working on this
A Victory for the Upper Colorado
The Colorado River received an early Christmas present this year, as an agreement was reached today that will help offset