Glade Reservoir Challenge

Glade Reservoir Challenge - GLADE RESERVOIR CHALLENGE...

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GLADE RESERVOIR CHALLENGE: NORTHERN COLORADO NEEDS YOUR HELP!!! To answer the big question, you will need to respond to a challenge. Northern Colorado (Fort Collins, Loveland, Greely) requires help in making a decision that will affect its future. For nearly a century and a half the Cache La Poudre River has been dammed and diverted to provide water for farming, ranching, industry, drinking water, sewage water, and much more. The river is the lifeblood of our community. Without the river and its resources, Cities in Northern Colorado would not exist. However, The Cache La Poudre river provides habitat for thousands of species of plants and animals and provides millions of dollars in tourism and recreation for its visitors. Fishing, hiking, rafting, kayaking, and camping are all important to the community’s lifestyle. The majority of the Upper Poudre River is a National Wild and Scenic River. As population grows in our region, demand for water increases. Northern
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course GEO 101 taught by Professor Terpestra during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State.

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