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"T hat growth has to figure out a way to use a lot less water or the growth will stop. It's pretty much, I mean, black and white. We find a way to use a lot less water per person or we don't have more people coming here. There is no magic."

Gov. John Hickenlooper at the Colorado Water Congress conference in Denver on Thursday.
- Denver Post

On The Bookshelf
Barbara Theroux reviews S.M. Hulse's "Black River"

1/22/2015

Mountain West Perspectives
Montana's two-year colleges revamp education to meet changing workplace demands


11/20/2014

A Look Ahead
April 1-May 1: Water in the American West, a free, online college level course, offered by The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and Western Water Assessment at the University of Colorado. Register now.

Mountain West Voices
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