A glimmer of progress?

A glimmer of progress?

Offer by Durango could break the ice

A glimmer of progress?

The effort to bring recreation to Lake Nighthorse has been about as challenging as building the reservoir itself.
No fewer than a half-dozen entities, including the Bureau of Reclamation, for which Mark Chiarito works, are negotiating the future use of Lake Nighthorse.
Brunot Treaty

The treaty, approved by Congress in 1874, is an agreement between the United States and certain Ute Indian tribes in Colorado. The Utes ceded certain land to the U.S. but reserved a right to hunt on those lands “so long as the game lasts and

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Lake Nighthorse timeline

Like a rocky marriage that somehow manages to survive, the Animas-La Plata Project has weathered decades of heartbreak and hope. A chronological look at the project:
1968
Congress authorized the project, which came to be known as the A-LP,

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