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As spring begins in the Four Corners, the Dolores Water Conservancy continues to monitor weather and snowpack in the San Juan Mountains to try to predict how much water will make it into McPhee Reservoir this summer. KSJD's Austin Cope spoke with DWCD General Manager Mike Preston to get an update on current forecasts and conditions. Click below to listen.

If Colorado irrigation water law has you confused, you’re likely not alone-- it can be incredibly complex.  On this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, KSJD’s Kellie Pettyjohn will help you work through it.

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The long period of warm, dry weather this winter could finally be coming to an end.

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The city of Cortez will be working to revise its water conservation plan during 2018.

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A few storms have brought some relief from this year’s very dry winter, but water managers say it’s still not easy to predict how much water will be available in the Dolores River watershed this summer.