New storage eyed as Colorado confronts more people & less water

By Allen Best
special to the Summit Daily
 
Representatives of environmental groups concede the need for additional storage but also call for restraint.

“There are projects that have significant adverse environmental impact that we could not support,” said Melinda Kassen, managing director of the Western Water Project for Trout Unlimited. “And there are projects that have substantially fewer environmental impacts that we can support,” she said, if mitigation measures are included.

http://www.summitdaily.com/article/20091019/NEWS/910189983/1078&ParentProfile=1055
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