A survey seeks feedback to guide planning for new Wyoming dams and water projects under Gov. Matt Mead's statewide water strategy.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week rejected a Colorado entrepreneur's proposal to pump millions of gallons of fresh water from the Green River Basin in Wyoming to Colorado's Rocky Mountain Front. Developer Aaron Million calls the decision a temporary setback.
Flaming Gorge Reservoir has capacity to hold 3.5 million acre-feet altogether. That’s a big bucket, exceeded in the Colorado River Basin by only two others: Lake Mead, near Las Vegas, and that giant sandstone bowl of splish-splash in Utah called
Experts say Aaron Million's pipeline project won't begin construction any time soon, not before weaving through a wealth of legal obstacles and obtaining permission from a slew of different agencies.