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Rare Colorado wildflowers survive 30 years of bureaucratic bumbling
Saving tiny patches of rare plants from extinction is no easy task. In most cases, you can't just put a fence around them and call it good.
Western Slope businesses band together, urge Hickenlooper to stop proposed pipeline
Over 100 businesses on the Western Slope wrote Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper today, asking that he stop devoting state resources to study Aaron Million's embattled Flaming Gorge pipeline proposal.
Feds stand by Flaming Gorge pipeline denial
Another day, another setback for Aaron Million's proposal to pipe water from Wyoming to Colorado.
American Rivers ranks Green, Crystal among nation’s most endangered waterways
Water withdrawals are threatening the Green River as potential dams and diversions are putting fish, wildlife and recreation at risk on the Crystal River, according to a new report.
Report: Flaming Gorge water pipeline could churn billions in profits, if...
A windfall of up to $2.4 billion could await the developer and operator of a proposed 578-mile pipeline that would pump water from Wyoming’s Flaming Gorge to Colorado’s Front Range.
Colorado businessman asks feds to reconsider Flaming Gorge pipeline denial
A proposal to funnel water from Wyoming's Flaming Gorge to Colorado's Front Range is back on the table.
New report warns against oil shale risks, consequences for Colorado’s water
BOULDER — Pursuing oil shale production in the face of increasing water demands and climate change concerns is ill-advised, a new report from an environmental group here warns.
Pricey Wyoming pipeline project ratchets up water worries along Colorado’s Front...
It’s not exactly Perrier-pricey, but pretty damn close, according to opponents of the massive proposed Flaming Gorge pipeline project that would pump water out of the Green River in southwest Wyoming and suck it back over the Continental Divide to Colorado’s Front Range.
Colorado water: agriculture, people and ecosystems compete for a limited supply
According to speakers at a water forum last week, Colorado faces a difficult--if not a dismal--water future.
Utah nuclear power push worth ‘great risks,’ freshman Rep. Chaffetz says
No matter how much water it takes to cool a proposed nuclear power plant near Green River, Utah – the topic of thorny debate...
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