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By Michael Phillis, Matthew Daly and John Flesher The Associated Press WASHINGTON>> The Biden administration weakened regulations protecting millions of acres of wetlands Tuesday, saying it had no choice after the Supreme Court sharply limited the federal government’s jurisdiction over them....
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    Robert Brears Published May 9, 2023 + Follow Welcome to Our Future Water's newsletter on "Adapting to a Future of Extremes: Green, Grey, and Hybrid Solutions for Urban Water Management," which focuses on the opportunities in urban water management in the face of climate change...
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  By Bruce Finley This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Colorado’s mountain snowpack heading into spring on Wednesday measured at 136% of the 30-year norm — an indicator that water supplies could swell depending on the overall drought, soil moisture, melting rates and future precipitation. “The snowpack h...
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COMMERCE CITY City rules don’t allow residents to tear out turf from grass strip between sidewalk, road By John Aguilar This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. COMMERCE CITY>> Derek Rinehart wants to disrupt the cohesion in his neighborhood — and he wants to save hundreds of gallons of water doing it. Bu...
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By Saja Hindi The Denver Post The Aurora City Council tackled several water issues Monday night, giving the final stamp of approval to the mayor’s proposal that would prohibit cool-weather grass for new golf courses and reduce the amount of grass in new developments. The City Council had to vote ...
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Water Consumption Statistics, Lawnstarter  Safe and easily accessible water is vital for the entire population, whether for drinking, domestic use, and agricultural production.  Even while public awareness of water usage has increased in recent years, much more can be done in this area....
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  Federal officials weigh emergency actions to reduce flow into Colorado River By Felicia Fonseca The Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. » Federal officials say it may be necessary to reduce water deliveries to users on the Colorado River to prevent the shutdown of a huge dam that supplies h...
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  By Haven Daley The Associated Press BENICIA, CALIF. » , and in parched California, some homeowners are buying the pricey devices. The air-to-water systems work like air conditioners by using coils to chill air, then collect water drops in a basin. “Our motto is, water from air isn’t magi...
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Shared from the 10/15/2020 The Denver Post eEdition By Natalie Kitroeff
© The New York Times Co. BOQUILLA, MEXICO» The farmers armed themselves with sticks, rocks and homemade shields, ambushed hundreds of soldiers guarding a dam and seized control of one of the border region’s most important ...
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