July's Community Yoga

Our Free Community Yoga this month is brought to you by Northwest Colorado Health and Headwaters Center.
Donations are welcome to support Hospice in Grand County: northwestcoloradohealth.org/donate


Rising Temperatures Taking A Worsening Toll on The Colorado River

February 2020

New research shows the Colorado River could lose about one-fourth of its flow by 2050 due to higher temperatures decreasing snowpack.

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Climate Warming May Hit Colorado River Basin Farmers Hardest

April 2020

Shrinking mountain snowpack limiting water for irrigation and other water infrastructure concerns could threaten the U.S. food supply.

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Water Issues Lead to Drought, Fire Risk, and Weaker Streamflow

May 2020

One of Colorado’s driest Aprils on record has led to diminished mountain streamflow and snow at 76% of the norm for this time of year and more than half of Colorado is facing drought.

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TomTalks on Water Issues

In partner with One World One Water Center, we invite you to learn about the many facets of water from the industry experts themselves. Dive in as we explore our waters in Colorado, across the US, and even around the world.
Watch the Latest TomTalks on their website or below