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Three New Projects to Protect Water Supplies for Over a Million Coloradans

January 19, 2023

It is crucial for Colorado to protect its forested watersheds from the ever-present threat of wildfire to ensure residents and communities have water for drinking, agriculture and other uses. The Colorado Legislature recognizes this need and passed House Bill 22-1379 during the 2022 legislative session to fund projects that reduce wildfire fuels around high-priority watersheds and water infrastructure.

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Protecting Drinking Water for Colorado Springs Residents

August 31, 2022

The CSFS works with Colorado Springs Utilities and the Pikes-San Isabel National Forests & Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands under a Good Neighbor Agreement to reduce the impacts of a catastrophic wildfire on this municipal watershed that supplies water to residents of Colorado Springs.

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