Denver Post... First published, Nov. 21, 2005 | Updated, May 8, 2016
Weld County Ag Communities of Ault, Pierce Feel 30-Year Impact of Thornton Buy-and-Dry
Greeley Tribune... March 30, 2015
In Colorado, Farmers and Cities Battle Over Water Rights
NPR.org... May 28, 2016
How healthy is the Poudre River?
The Coloradoan... July 1, 2016
CO Springs Independent... Oct. 26, 2016
Fort Collins was ranked the 4th highest at $347.76, while Thornton was the 3rd lowest at $242.04
Plans for pipeline to move Poudre water to Thornton take shape
The Coloradoan... September 18, 2017
Letter: Thornton pipeline plan ignored environment for decades
The Coloradoan.... September 25, 2017
Gaiter censors public comment in Larimer County
The Colorado Independent... October 27, 2017
The Coloradoan... December 14, 2017
The Coloradoan... December 31, 2017
Letter: Stop Thornton’s pipe dream, attend meeting
The Coloradoan... January 3, 2018
North Forty News... January 6, 2018
Northglenn Thornton Sentinel... January 12, 2018
Coloradoan... January 13, 2018
Coloradoan... January 23, 2018
The Coloradoan... January 28, 2018
The Coloradoan... February 10, 2018
The Coloradoan... February 18, 2018
Denver 7 Video - Thornton Pipeline
Channel 7 News Denver... February 27, 2018
North Forty News... March 8, 2018
Coloradoan... March 26, 2018
North Forty News... April 9, 2018
North Forty News... April 19, 2018
Greeley Tribune (Weld County)... April 23, 2018
Rocky Mountain Collegian... April 25, 2018
Coloradoan... April 25, 2018
Coloradoan... May 4, 2018
North Forty News... May 6, 2018
Coloradoan... May 11, 2018
4 CBS Denver...May 14, 2018
Denver Post... May 15, 2018
ABC Denver 7... May 15, 2018
North Forty News... May 16, 2018
Coloradoan... May 17, 2018
North Forty News... May 17, 2018
Why Won't Thornton Collaborate? Thornton Pipeline and Save The Poudre YouTube: How Save The Poudre is addressing the problem of the Thornton Pipeline
Water Quality Monitoring, Lower Poudre City of Fort Collins
Healthy Rivers & Lakes: Keeping Water in Rivers & Lakes
A healthy river provides clean water, refills groundwater, supports abundant fish and wildlife, and many recreational opportunities.
A Better Future for the Poudre River: Alternative to the Northern Integrated Supply Project
An alternative to the water supply project proposed by the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District to protect the Poudre River, wetlands, communities and businesses while meeting future water needs of 15 towns and water districts in northern Colorado.
The Poudre Runs Through It A Study/Action Work Group of about 25 citizen experts who were selected to study the Poudre River and formulate cooperative actions. This group meets to build relationships and to put in action the initiatives they have identified, "to make the Poudre River the world's best example of a working river that's also healthy."
History of the Water Supply & Storage Company
Since the 1890s, the Water Supply and Storage Company (WSSC) has become a large and imposing water delivery company in the Cache la Poudre River Valley. Its vast system of canals and reservoirs, acquired and built over the last century to irrigate fields, shape the landscape in and around Fort Collins.
Irrigation, Settlement, and Change on the Cache la Poudre River
By Rose Laflin. Special Report Number 15, June, 2005. Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Colorado State University, Fort Collins (PDF format).
When we save a river, we save a major part of an ecosystem, and we save ourselves as well because of our dependence - physical, economic, spiritual - on the water and its community of life.
(Tim Palmer, The Wild and Scenic Rivers of America)