Conservation district identifies water quality vs quantity as a big issue

June 17, 2019by ncdea

COLORADO, Morgan CD – Competition for the limited water resources used to be a primary, if not the primary, issue for agriculture in northeastern Colorado.

While quantity is still a major issue, water quality is increasingly important, particularly with deterioration of that quality. That was apparent at an annual locally led meeting hosted Wednesday in Brush by the Morgan Conservation District.

“The water quality is the biggest concern,” District Board Member Larry Hoozee said.

Source: Agriculture: Conservation district identifies water quality vs quantity as a big issue – The Fort Morgan Times

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