Greeley Water Restrictions Highlight Need for Better Planning

Officials in Greeley, Colorado are asking residents to stop watering their lawns two weeks earlier than usual. From The Greeley Tribune via The Denver Post: If residents stop watering their lawns by Oct. 1, the city will have more water in its reservoirs to use after this winter, Jon Monson, Continue reading

Global Warming Scenarios: Rocky Mountain Region

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I. Elegy for snow And in the winter, which was confined by statute to two months, the snow lay evenly, three feet thick, but never turned to slush. — T.H. White, The Once and Future King In the time when winter was winter— I am trying to tell you about Continue reading

Colorado Needs to Protect Residents Exposed to Fracking Operations

                As the State of Colorado considers how much to increase residential setbacks from oil and gas drilling, and fracking operations, Western Resource Advocates is leading efforts for comprehensive improvements.  Our letter is posted online. Colorado needs to approve significant increases to setbacks Continue reading