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February 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
"Thanks" just barely covers the years

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BUSINESS: CC Sears / Red Coral shut their doors

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PEOPLE:
Lewark finds life energy between the bones

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READER'S PEN: Factory farming's first deception

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REP VIEW: Reality check: Colorado's draft water plan

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Colorado’s Water Plan: An Important Step | Print |  E-mail

by James Eklund, Director

Colorado Water Conservation Board

No single issue will have a more direct impact on Colorado’s future than our ability to successfully and collaboratively manage our life-giving water. Water pumps the beating heart of Colorado’s sublime appeal. It provides for thriving agriculture, the green hue of our forests, farm fields and, yes, even lawns, it courses through our wondrous landscapes and fills reservoirs and rivers cherished by anglers and rafters. It allows for more families and businesses to share in our state, entices tourists to visit and sustains our economies and environment.

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