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South Platte River -- Photo credit: Jennifer Peters

Denver Water Wants to Hear From You

Denver Water has proposed a bold plan to eliminate one of the largest sources of lead in its distribution system—lead service lines—while protecting public health.

Map of Colorado aquifer exemptions

Colorado Aquifer Exemptions

Program that Sacrifices Underground Drinking Waterfor Oil and Gas Injection Raises Questions

Fracking Fronlines - Rachel and Charles

Fracking Frontlines: Rachel and Charles

Rachel and Charles live in Timnath, CO. This is their story: "The activity of the fracking industry has impacted my entire family."

Fracking Fronlines - Carl

Fracking Frontlines: Carl

Carl lives in Greeley, CO. This is his story: "Nobody wants semis driving down your neighborhood street, but that's what we have here."

Fracking Fronlines - Michael and Noelle

Fracking Frontlines: Michael and Noelle

Michael and Noelle live in Timnath, CO. Here is their story: "We moved our family here last year and by March, we found out that they were doing seismic testing."

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

South Platte River -- Photo credit: Jennifer Peters

Groundbreaking Plan to Reduce Lead Exposure in Drinking Water Will Also Protect Denver’s River, Lakes, and Streams

August 1, 2019

Visit South Platte River Park in Littleton, Colorado (a suburb a few miles south of Denver) on a summer weekend and you’ll likely see dozens of people paddling, wading, fishing, or tubing on the ri

March at Cherry Creek State Park - Credit: Sharon / Creative Commons

Protecting Cherry Creek Reservoir

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.

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The Future of Methane in Colorado

August 23, 2016

Enjoy this guest blog from our friends and allies at Conservation Colorado. If you haven't yet contacted the EPA about reducing methane pollution - act today!