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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

Mike Nelson & 7News—Your Weather, Your Watershed

Colorado's Water: Headwaters of the West made its debut Monday Jan. 9, at a premiere party at 7NEWS in Denver. This collaboration between 7NEWS, the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, Denver Water, the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, Aurora Water and the City of Boulder offers both online and on-air resources to help viewers learn more about water, watersheds, weather and the environment.

In addition to nightly features by Chief Meteorologist Mike Nelson, you can also go online at www.thedenverchannel.com/weather and click on ‘Colorado's Water.’

This dynamic Web site, created by StormCenter Communications, Inc., allows you to access real-time data such as local stream flows and snowfall information, enter your zip code to discover which watershed you live in, check on local water-related events and activities, and much more.

Thanks to computer-aided satellite imagery, you can also fly through your watershed for a birds-eye view from above. Currently only the South Platte watershed is available to fly through, but the additional watersheds of Colorado will be available soon. Streaming video of Mike Nelson's recent weather and water-related broadcasts are also available. Information in the ‘Learning Center’ is great for school-age kids and adults.

This is an ongoing program documenting the interplay of weather and water issues throughout the year, so be sure to tune in or log on regularly to look for new updates and features.

Once you have had a chance to check out Colorado's Water, be sure and tell us what you think. There is a feedback button in the upper-right corner of the Colorado's Water page.

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