Water keeps Colorado running

In these metro neighborhoods few drink from the tap

Can trust in safe water make a comeback?

If you missed our Special Report, find it in both English and Spanish 

$800 M

or more, in federal cash could be available to fund Colorado water work

This once-in-a-generation infusion has towns, irrigation districts & watershed groups thinking big

18

states and the Republic of Mexico share rivers that begin in Colorado.

9 interstate compacts determine how that water is shared.

Learn how water is shared and administered among states.

We ensure a better future for Colorado through water education.

UPCOMING WEBINAR

The Upper Colorado & San Juan rivers endangered fish recovery programs: What’s at stake as reauthorization looms? 


Feb. 8, 1-2 p.m.

Join Water Education Colorado to learn what the endangered fish recovery programs are, what they accomplish, and, with reauthorization looming, how negotiations and legislation look to keep the programs running and funded.

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