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Dolores River water is relied on by many, including farmers, ranchers, and boaters. For the second of a three-part series on River Radio looking at the relationships between various Dolores River stakeholders, host Sam Carter talks with fourth-generation rancher Dustin Goodall about his family's relationship to the Dolores River and his perspectives on how to balance the needs of those who rely on Dolores River water.

Southwestern Water Conservation District

Two long-time members of the Southwestern Water Conservation District Board were honored at a meeting April 6th.


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After a chilly start to the rafting season, the managed release, or spill, from McPhee Dam into the lower Dolores River is set to continue at 1,200 cubic feet per second through this week.


Dolores River Spill Expected To Reach 4,000 CFS

Mar 17, 2017

Boaters, water managers, and environmental monitoring groups are looking forward to the largest managed release from the McPhee Dam since 2008.

Jane Dally

In the first of a three-part series on River Radio about the 2017 spill on the Dolores River out of McPhee Dam and the relationships between various Dolores River stakeholders, host Sam Carter talks with Vern Harrell, Chief Engineer at McPhee Dam for the Bureau of Reclamation, about what the 2017 spill may look like and the relationship he has with irrigators and boaters.

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