Value of Water

"Value of Water in the Rio Grande Basin” will showcase the collaborative work of water users of all types across the Rio Grande Basin. The Statewide “Value of Water” initiative is set to recognize the value of Colorado’s water and communicate this value by making it readily identifiable to all community members. The Rio Grande Basin is a critical piece in this information web. Because the stakeholders in the Rio Grande live in a rural, headwaters community that is facing several critical water issues they, like other rural basins, play an integral role in getting the water message out. The purpose is to further the involvement and learning for all Colorado’s citizen as we move towards 2050.

Value of Water activities will focus on issues that are parallel to the Rio Grande Interbasin Roundtable’s Basin-wide vision of keeping a sustainable balance between limited water supplies and tomorrow’s growing water demands.”

Join us in 2013 for more Articles, tours, and events that focus on narrowing Colorado’s water gap.

 

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