‘Wounded Warriors’ Savor Healing Day of Fly-Fishing

August 10, 2009

By Laurie Hindman
Berthoud Recorder

On Saturday, they welcomed 10 soldiers and veterans from different areas in the United States and in various stages of recuperation from both physical and emotional wounds and trauma, to family property along the Big Thompson for a day of fly-fishing, home cooked food in the shade of towering cottonwood trees, and camaraderie. The soldiers, known as “recovering warriors,” were flown to Colorado, their flight and accommodations paid for by Project Healing Waters. Read more



Weekly water roundup: Nestle Waters Chaffee County project, Bruce Whitehead named to state senate

August 10, 2009

Denver Water Examiner – weekly roundup

Naturally-occuring bacteria proves successful in waterways providing local water

August 10, 2009

The Temecula [CA] Valley News

DAVIS DAM – A naturally-occurring bacteria can be added in heavy concentrations to lakes or canals beset by infestations of voracious Quagga mussels, providing a glimmer of hope in the war against the pest, it was reported today. Read more

Cities, environmentalists to help South Boulder Creek

August 10, 2009

Boulder Daily Camera – Gross Reservoir expansion could restore stream flows

By Laura Snider (Contact) – Sunday, August 9, 2009

For more than a decade, water lawyers, conservationists and anglers have been wading through the complex maze of Colorado’s water rights system, trying to figure out how to restore the ecological health of South Boulder Creek, which flows through both Walker Ranch open space and Eldorado State Park. Read more