Gunnison River Basin Roundtable Information & News

Education Committee 2:00-3:00pm
Roundtable Meeting 3:00-5:00pm

Supporting documents:
Colorado Forest & Water Alliance Policy Principles
Gunnison Basin Education Action Plan Working Document
Meeting Minutes from July 19, 2021 (draft)

Join in person: Delta County Offices, Roubideau Room, 320 West 5th Street, Delta, CO

Join via Zoom Link via computer, table or smartphone

Meeting ID: 870 5134 2747
Passcode: 078489

Join via phone: 1-253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 870 5134 2747

For more information please email [email protected]

The Gunnison Basin Roundtable  (GRBT) is just one of the nine basin roundtables established in 2005 by the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act. The GRBT membership is comprised of a broad range of stakeholders. Accordingly, water management issues and local-level collaborative solutions are discussed by hundreds of diverse citizens.

The Gunnison Basin stretches over 8,000 square miles of western Colorado, extending from the Continental Divide to the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado Rivers near Grand Junction.

The largest cities in the basin are Montrose (pop. 19,238), Delta (pop. 8,828) and Gunnison (pop. 6,403).

By 2050, the Gunnison Basin is projected to increase in municipal and industrial (M&I) water demand between 16,000 and 23,000 acre feet (AF) with passive conservation included.



Previous Newsletters:

July 2021

May 2021

February 2021

January 2021

December 2020

Autumn 2020

Summer 2020

May 2020

April 2020

Bi-Monthly on 3rd Monday of odd months

Chair: Kathleen Curry
Vice-Chair: Austin Keiser
IBCC Representatives: Joanne Fagan and vacancy
Recorder: Mike Berry

Black Canyon
Needs Assessment
Project Screening

Roundtable Governance
There are currently 32 voting members of the Gunnison BRT
Member List
Basin By-laws

Preserve open space
Maintain agricultural viability
Provide for in-basin augmentation
Address compact delivery impacts to existing and future in-basin water rights
Ensure endangered species’ needs do not negatively impact future in-basin uses
Ensure adequate water for future needs