The March board meeting of the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District covered a wide range of topics, including a water management plan that the district has implemented for Poncha Springs (photo by Joe Stone).
In our continuing coverage of Nestle Waters North America’s 1041 permit renewal process, columnist Joe Stone has posted a new story.
Nestlé Waters North America’s 2019 report to Chaffee County about its local water operations shows continuing compliance with all 1041 permit conditions except for the quota of 50 percent local drivers for water-hauling trucks. Other…
In our continuing coverage of Nestlé Waters North America’s compliance with the conditions of its Chaffee County 1041 permit, we are examining community-giving, economic, river-access and transportation requirements.
HB20-1159 would authorize the state engineer to confirm water uses that predate instream flow rights, which could benefit the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District.
The 1041 permit that allows Nestlé Waters North America to take groundwater from Chaffee County includes multiple conditions. This article examines Nestlé’s compliance with permit conditions related to land and water-resource management.
Nestle Waters North America has applied for a 10-year renewal of its permit to pump more than 60 million gallons of water per year from the aquifer just north of Ruby Mountain near Nathrop.
Nestlé Waters North America has applied for a 10-year renewal of its permit to pump more than 60 million gallons of water per year from the aquifer just north of Ruby Mountain near Nathrop.
Chaffee County Commissioner Greg Felt has been appointed to the Colorado Water Conservation board by Governor Jared Polis.
Mountain snow continues today into tomorrow. The highest peaks could see around 8 inches, but the average will be around 2 to 3.
Palmer Land Trust has officially taken over the stewardship covenant for the 200-acre CB Ranch in Coaldale, which was bought by Security Water District in 2013 for the ranch’s water rights.
By fallowing its Lake Ranch property, the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District could provide 250 acre-feet of water for other uses.