Project may help SLV retain water

October 23, 2018by ncdea

COLORADO, Mosca-Hooper CD — When every drop of water counts, a local conservation district is proposing a creative way to keep more water in the area.The Mosca-Hooper Conservation District proposes to use an imaging technique not used here before to determine how to better recharge the San Luis Valley’s aquifer system. They are planning to perform a pilot project on a portion of a township within the conservation district (Alamosa County) to see if this type of technology might help the Valley retain more of its water.

Source: Alamosa News | Project may help SLV retain water

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