Excerpt from original article: Montrose Kayak and Surf thrives despite dry conditions throughout the state By Rob Story Published July 5th, 2018 Bill Glasscock, co-founder of Montrose Kayak and Surf, knows he’s a lucky waterman. After all, it’s not every full-service whitewater shop that reaps huge benefits from a nearby National Civil Engineering Landmark. Referring to the extreme drought that’s plagued the state the last few months, Glasscock said, “Lots of Colorado saw no river […]
Excerpt from original article: Scientists Increase Rainbow Trout Population In Gunnison River Published June 19, 2018 Scientists have found a group of rainbow trout that are immune to a whirling disease which deforms the fish, and they later die of starvation. The scientists are using the immune fish to breed, and then reintroduce their offsprings into the rivers across Colorado. Full CBS Article and Video (alert – redirects off site)
Excerpt from original article: Water users put call on Uncompahgre Staff Report Published June 17, 2018 Severe drought conditions led the Uncompahgre Valley Water Users Association on June 13 to place a call on the Uncompahgre River. Junior water accounts are shut off and senior water rights holders are reduced to the level called for under their decree. “Once we place the call on, it’s no longer what is termed a free river. If someone […]
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Excerpt from original article: Shriveling reservoir may bring fewer visitors By Katharhynn Heidelberg Published June 9, 2018 At Ridgway Reservoir, the water level is as good as it will get — and it is not very good. “The water is probably about as high as it’s going to get in the year. Unfortunately, this is usually the level we see in late July,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokesman Joe Lewandowski said Friday. The reservoir is […]