Tag Archive: cache la poudre

Mar 21 2014

Video Friday: Time Lapse Demolition of Diversion Structure on the Cache La Poudre River

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The City of Fort Collins (home city of this blog!) and the Colorado Water Trust are working together towards 25 projects on the Poudre River benefitting stream flow, water quality, parks, recreation, natural areas, wildlife, riparian and aquatic health, flood control, roadway and pedestrian safety. The demolition of the Josh Ames Diversion was one of …

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Sep 16 2013

A Few Good Reads (9/16/13): Colorado Flooding Update

National Guard said today they’ve conducted the most helicopter rescues since Hurricane Katrina. (@nicolevap, Saturday, Sept 4) It’s a scramble this morning as the floodwaters are coming down across the Colorado Front Range and the damage is still coming to light. A number of folks in our office spent the weekend in the field helping …

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May 06 2013

A Few Good Reads (5/6/13): Rivers Rising Again in the Midwest, Fargo Spared a Major Flood for Now

This week: More rain and snow causing Midwest rivers to rise again though not as high as last month, Fargo appears to be spared record flooding but prediction of a major flood is now causing some frustration, most of the U.S. still in a drought, major flooding in Saskatchewan, Canada, more runoff fall out from …

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