News about Boulder Creek Watershed Issues
as more controversial issues, including transbasin diversions, are examined
State Water Supply Initiative Study urges
state wide cooperative planning
Jefferson County adopts stormwater fee to finance new federal requirements
WASH Education program receives
2004 CAEE Best New Program award
Climate researcher warns western drought may persist for several years.
Metro area experiencing a surge of residential sewer repair scams
CU research reveals complex snowmelt aquifer interaction
Eldorado Springs set to approve new centralized waste water treatment plant
South Boulder Creek flood study
a public meeting
Thinning lake ice
and shrinking glaciers along the
Front Range contribute to questions about climate change.
State Water Supply Initiative releases draft of 2004 report and plans to expand.
Environmental Advisory Board member urges review of water flouridation
An update on the
South Boulder Creek flood mapping study will be presented at 6:45 on Oct 27th at the East Boulder Community Center
National Audubon study finds
several Colorado bird species endangered by habitat loss
WWF reports human consumption now exceeds sustainable levels by 20%
CSU Researchers find livestock antibiotics in the Poudre River
State Water Quality Control Division budget shortfalls set to deepen.
Court rules County authority over CU south campus land use invalid until reviewed by unfunded State Land Use Commission
New tree ring study indicates past western droughts significantly more severe
Wastewater effluent edocrine disrupters examined in fish sex abnormalities
EPA confirms front range air pollution damaging Rocky Mountain National Park
Summer spikes of E. Coli bacteria in Boulder and Coal Creek result in impaired status
Wildfires burning outside Eldorado Springs and in Lefthand Canyon
New Pine Brook Hills reservoir receives preliminary approval
Credibility of impending Water Supply Initiatative report questioned
EPA warns state water quality regulatory staffing increasingly inadequate
Front Range nitrogen air pollution bringing significant changes to Boulder Creek watershed
State study finds almost enough water for 25 years of growth, if farmland is idled
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