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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Poudre Waterkeeper’

Poudre River Dams Delayed

Poudre River Dams Delayed

  Press Release: Save The Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper Fort Collins, CO -- On Monday May 23, 2011, Chandler Peter from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers confirmed that the permitting processes for the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) and other proposed dams and reservoirs on the Poudre River (Halligan and Seaman) have been delayed yet again, now for the third time. The initial release for the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) for NISP was supposed ... Full Story

“Healthy Rivers Alternative” better than

“Healthy Rivers Alternative” better than NISP

"Healthy Rivers Alternative" better for economy and environment than NISP Fort Collins, CO -- Today, Save the Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper outlined many of the economic benefits that the "Healthy Rivers Alternative" would provide to northern Colorado cities.  The Healthy Rivers Alternative offers a plan for a water supply alternative for subscribers to the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) that better protects farms, minimizes public debt, and better protects the Cache la Poudre ... Full Story

Save the Poudre questions plan submitted to Governor

Save the Poudre questions plan submitted to Governor

Save the Poudre Uncovers Scheme to Insert NISP into the "Bottom Up" Economic Plan Submitted to Governor Hickenlooper Fort Collins, CO -- Governor Hickenlooper's Economic Development Planning process -- known as "bottom up" -- hit a major, cynical snag in northern Colorado this week as Save the Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper uncovered an apparent last-minute scheme to manipulate the results given to Governor Hickenlooper to include the massively controversial Northern Integrated Supply Project ... Full Story

Save The Poudre responds to B. J. Nikkel

Save The Poudre responds to B. J. Nikkel

By Mark Easter and Gary Wockner We are writing in response to BJ Nikkel’s recent editorial in the Recorder Online, wherein she supports the hugely damaging Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP/Glade). Let’s be clear –Agriculture and the Poudre River stand to be the big losers if NISP/Glade is built. In their ground-breaking report “Farming on the Edge: Sprawling Development Threatens America’s Best Farmland”, the American Farmland Trust identified the ... Full Story

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