Protecting & Conserving Colorado's Water

Clean Water Action Applauds Colorado Water Plan

After several years in the making, today the Governor released the Colorado Water Plan to begin to address the state’s future water supply needs. Clean Water Action applauds Governor Hickenlooper for investing in this effort and prioritizing water conservation.


Beaver Pond

Colorado Water Plan Released

In December 2015, Governor Hickenlooper released the first ever statewide water plan. During the 18 month process, hundreds of Clean Water Action members provided public comment.

Sprinkler at a coal ash disposal site. Photo credit: bibiphoto / Shutterstock

Kick Coal Ash Colorado

Coal fired power plants are one of the largest source of pollution in the United States.

From We All Live Downstream

March at Cherry Creek State Park - Credit: Sharon / Creative Commons
August 31, 2016

Cherry Creek Reservoir is one of the most important urban aquatic resources in the State of Colorado. It is a Gold Medal walleye fishery, attracting more than 1.5 million visitors each year.