Report: Drought places Colorado’s forests, communities in jeopardy

“This is a unique moment for Colorado’s forests,” Matt McCombs, state forester and director of the Colorado State Forest Service said. Recently published by CSFS was the annual forest health report, highlighting specific conditions across Colorado forests and improvement efforts. To learn more about this year's report and what it means for Colorado communities, check out the full story.

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How Colorado water history shapes the science of snow

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Colorado River Compact, an innovative and influential legal agreement among seven U.S. states that governs water rights to the Colorado River. In recognition of this anniversary, the Colorado State University Libraries will be spotlighting a series of stories in SOURCE about the ripple effects of this 100-year-old document on diverse people, disciplines and industries in 2022.

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