Wednesday, July 8, 2009

South Boulder Creek Needs YOUR Help

Your input could make the difference for increased winter flows in South Boulder Creek.
Boulder Flycasters will be attending a July 8th Denver Water Commissioners meeting asking for their support of a Boulder proposal to add an environmental pool as part of their Gross Reservoir Expansion Project. We need your help to let the Denver Water Board know Boulder County supports their collaborative effort with Boulder and other cities in our county to provide this important environmental pool. The additional 5k acre feet of storage would be used to provide winter releases to the creek bringing the average daily winter flows to near 7cfs, the minimum flow recommended by the Division of Wildlife. For over fifty years, South Boulder Creek has had reaches of the stream completely dry all winter. To read more about the environmental pool concept, click on this link to read the letter drafted for the Denver Water Board.
Letter to Denver Water-06-09


How can you help?
Click on the following link and express your support of the project. We will carry all of the e-mail letters we receive to the Commissioners meeting July 8th.

Send a note to the President
Join us at the meeting! You can show your support to the Board during “Comments from the Public” which will be scheduled at the beginning of the meeting at 9:15 a.m. The meeting is held in the third floor Board Room1600 West 12th Avenue, Denver, CO Click here for directions. Contact Larry Quilling if you would like to car pool to the meeting.


Please forward Boulder FlyCasters your short lettersof support or plan to attend the meeting. The future of South Boulder Creek depends on your responses.

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