The CWCB Confluence Newsletter for February 2018 is available! Dive into the implementation of Colorado's Water Plan and check out "Collaboration in the Dolores River Watershed," an article by Celene Hawkins, the Southwest Basin representative on the CWCB Board and Western Colorado Water Program Manager for The Nature Conservancy.
People love Colorado. Our iconic mountains, rivers, minerals, plains, communities, forests, snow, wildlife, and wilderness have drawn people by the millions to our centennial state. Our population has ballooned from 1 million in 1930 to over 5 million today, and could nearly double by 2060. Sustaining this growth requires water. With this projected pace of growth, how do we preserve what we love about our state? Colorado’s Water Plan has answers.