Comment now on the Lake Powell Pipeline

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is beginning the scoping for the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Lake Powell Pipeline Project, which would pump water from the endangered Colorado River from Lake Powell 140 miles west to St. George, UT. Please take a moment to comment to this agency about your opposition to the project. … Continue reading Comment now on the Lake Powell Pipeline

The Future of the Colorado River: a community symposium

SPONSORED BY: Center for Colorado River Studies Quinney College of Natural Resources Utah State University Event Website is HERE PRODUCTS Event Poster Schmidt Powerpoint Rubin Powerpoint Udall Powerpoint Castle PowerPoint Budy Powerpoint NEWS River Symposium: Let's Figure Out How to Do a Good Job by Nathaniel Smith, Times-Independent New Normal: Dam Releases Help Offset Droughts … Continue reading The Future of the Colorado River: a community symposium

Mini Grants Available for Indigenous Media Projects

The Project: We are working to mobilize indigenous youth to seek out elders among the Tribes of the Colorado River watershed for purposes of creating a video interview about water. The interviews will seek what traditional ecological knowledge tribal elders may be willing to share on society‚Äôs relationship with the waters and ecology of the … Continue reading Mini Grants Available for Indigenous Media Projects

The Sacred Waters of the Colorado River – an Interview with Forrest Cuch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQB1_BdbOos   Forrest Cuch is a member of the Northern Ute Tribe. He lives in Roosevelt, UT near the Green River. This film is a part of our Indigenous Media Project. Mini-grants are available to indigenous youth who are willing to interview Elders about their relationship with the waters of the Colorado River Basin and … Continue reading The Sacred Waters of the Colorado River – an Interview with Forrest Cuch