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Colorado's public lands are faced with new challenges but water and land management depend on working together. Read about the relationship between water and land in Colorado and how Coloradans are converging to restore Colorado's public lands in the Spring 2018 issue of Headwaters magazine.

Browse articles and find a flipbook of the magazine here.

Connecting the Drops

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Water Education Colorado

Ski-a-Thon Supports the Colorado Water Leaders Program

An enthusiastic group of skiers and snowboarders known as the Snow Riders for Rivers gathered at A-Basin May 5 to help raise awareness about their impact on the water resources of mountain towns, resort communities and downstream water users.

Skiers and snowboarders solicited pledges for cruising down the slopes of A-Basin all afternoon. Tanya Holtz, a CFWE member who organized the event, also coordinated the pledges, a barbecue and free concert after the event.

More than $1,000 was raised through donations and pledges to provide a scholarship for a teacher to participate in the 2007 Colorado Foundation for Water Education Water Leaders Course. Thank you!

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