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Colorado River Compact Part 2

Can the Law of the Colorado River Adapt to an Increasingly Drier Hydrology? A Two-Part Article by John McClow, UGRWCD Legal Counsel PART 2 –

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2022 Grant Funding Announced

UGRWCD MAKES 2022 FUNDING ASSISTANCE GRANT AWARDS The Board of Directors of the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District (UGRWCD) voted recently to award over

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Colorado River Compact

Can the Law of the Colorado River Adapt to an Increasingly Drier Hydrology? A Two-Part Article by John McClow, UGRWCD Legal Counsel The Gunnison River

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Cheryl Cwelich Joins UGRWCD Staff

Cheryl Cwelich joins the UGRWCD staff as the Watershed Program Coordinator, which involves leading all aspects of the collaborative Wet Meadow Restoration-Resilience Project, as well

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Grant Program to Improve Our Water

The UGRWCD’s Grant Program, which began in 2009 with a handful of applications, has now grown where the District annually receives 15-20 applications for a

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It Takes A Community

  It started as a grant application to the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District (UGRWCD) from an area agricultural producer who wanted to improve

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Easy Money Through Mini-Grants

At the UGRWCD, we believe that most residents of our District understand the importance of responsible water use and water conservation, but sometimes an educational

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UGRWCD Programs and Partnerships

In the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District’s (UGRWCD) sixty-year history, we have been involved in many programs aimed at benefitting water users in the

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Gunnison River Festival 2021

The 18th Annual Gunnison River Festival was held June 11-13, 2021 with three great days of “Celebrating the Rivers” of the Upper Gunnison Basin, including

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CWCB Demand Management Statement

Following nearly two years of stakeholder discussions and input from Coloradans across the state and from various sectors, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) released

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