The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Alison Brown’s “petition for rehearing” in her federal lawsuit against Chaffee County.
Articles by Joe Stone
Colorado Parks and Wildlife and BlueTriton Brands formally dedicated a new conservation easement, the Bighorn Springs State Wildlife Area, Friday, Sept. 8.
Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District board members learned Thursday that the Chaffee County groundwater study got a big boost from the Colorado Water Conservation Board.
A three-judge panel with the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled against Alison Brown in her appeal of a summary judgement “with prejudice” in her lawsuit against Chaffee County.
Alma-based P&A Forestry is cutting trees as part of a new wildfire mitigation project underway on State and private land along Rodeo Road at the base of Mount Princeton, southwest of Buena Vista.
Chaffee County recently awarded Colorado Firecamp a $330,750 Common Ground grant to build capacity for wildfire mitigation projects.
Chaffee County Commissioner Keith Baker recently joined nearly 400 county leaders and partners for the National Association of Counties Western Interstate Region Conference in Utah.
The Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative’s River Report for May shows distinct improvements in drought conditions water resources.
As we’ve mentioned before, the Colorado River crisis concerns us here in the Arkansas River Basin because as much as 23% of our river flows are imported from the Colorado River Basin each year. Monday,…
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is preparing to open the Fryingpan-Arkansas collection system to divert a projected 57,000 acre-feet of water in April as highlighted in the Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative March River Report.
Chaffee County staff and consultants declared BlueTriton Brands to be “in compliance” with the terms of the company’s 1041 permit.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Arkansas River Basin Water Forum, slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, April 25-26 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Colorado Springs. Since 1995, the Forum has served Colorado’s Arkansas River Basin by encouraging education and dialogue about the state’s most precious resource – water.