GUEST COMMENTARY | Gunnison Basin Plan Focuses on ...
by Hannah Holm Coordinator, Water Center at Colorado Mesa University
01:36 PM, Wednesday, April 16
Current efforts to develop a Colorado Water Plan have been largely driven by a large projected gap between urban water needs and developed supplies, but Gunnison Basin water planners focus on the gap between agricultural needs and developed supplies.

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