Colorado flood recovery process is a ...

Colorado flood recovery process is a lesson in who owns the river

There are 1 comment on the Brush News-Tribune story from Nov 3, 2013, titled Colorado flood recovery process is a lesson in who owns the river. In it, Brush News-Tribune reports that:

Colorado creeks changed lives, cities and landscapes during five days in September, but no transformation was greater than in the creeks themselves.

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bpower

Evanston, IL

#1 Nov 6, 2013
excellent coverage, has anyone done the same for Estes Park and the Big Thompson River, etc. Would be appreciated. News on Glen Haven, Loveland, more on Drake recovery? thanx, bpowers.

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