THE following articles were contributed to The Citizen by Rio Grande Basin Roundtable.
The roundtable meets the second Tuesday of the month. In-person meetings are held at the Rio Grande Water Conservation District, 8805 Independence Way, Alamosa.
Due to COVID restrictions there is a Zoom option. Attendance is welcome but please check the Roundtable website prior to the meeting to see if the in-person option is available.
By Kevin Terry | Rio Grande Basin program director, Trout Unlimited IN my family, the holiday season usually involves a healthy dose of puzzle time. Mom rummages through the garage […]
THE Republican River Basin is located in the northeast corner of the state of Colorado and extends into the Southwest corner of Nebraska and the Northwest corner of Kansas. This […]
UGRWCD uses tools to generate and measure snowpack and the resulting streamflow, and then tries to predict how long it may stick around
The state has an annual delivery obligation that varies according to the yield of streamflows
Events, specialty beer, book club, articles and speakers are planned, with water and conservation as the topic
The Rio Grande Basin Roundtable (RGBRT) began its water advocacy efforts in 2005 as a result of the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act.
Augmentation has been an effective approach to stretching a limited and valuable resource
The 2015 Colorado Water Plan is focused on strategies to address the state’s growing water demands.
By Matt Hildner | For the Rio Grande Basin Roundtable