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Farmers, Conservationists Partner Along the Colorado

Posted by tomkrol on March 6, 2012 in Conservation, Leadership, Legislation and Advocacy, Water Quality

Upper Colorado River

“Now, as Colorado River Basin stakeholders contemplate possible solutions to long-term shortfalls in the balance between water supply and demand, a group of agricultural and conservation organizations have joined efforts in a ground-breaking new coalition.”

As you’d imagine, Trout Unlimited is part of this coalition featured in a piece on Natonal Geographic online by Jennifer Pitt.
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