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Grand County is the county most profoundly affected by water diversions in Colorado, with as much as 80%
of its native waters transferred out of the watershed. Access to clean, abundant water is a requirement for any
healthy economy, but especially for Grand County, which requires water to sustain our many outdoor recreational
opportunities including skiing, fishing, boating and hunting, as well as agriculture, industry, municipalities and
unincorporated areas. Grand County takes an active role in the stewardship of this precious, finite resource both for
current residents and visitors, and for the benefit of future generations.
By January of 2020, apply for diligence on the water right associated with the
Recreation Instream Channel Diversion.
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