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Creating an equitable, feasible program in Colorado—Where do we stand?
Join us for an update on current thinking around demand management in Colorado.
Under the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan, Colorado and its neighboring upper Colorado River Basin states of New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming were granted the ability to bank conserved water in Lake Powell and other upper basin reservoirs in case of a future water crisis—but only if the states agree on an upper basin demand management program.
The states are exploring the feasibility of such a program, and Colorado itself is digging in. But there are still many unanswered questions around demand management.
Amy Ostdiek, Deputy Chief of the Federal, Interstate and Water Information Section, Colorado Water Conservation Board
Paul Bruchez, Reeder Creek Ranch and Outfitter
Kyle Whitaker, Water Rights Manager, Northern Water
Mark Harris, General Manager, Grand Valley Water Users Association
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