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Colorado River:
The Colorado River begins in U.S. State of Colorado, runs through Utah, and then forms the border for Arizona and Nevada, as well as the border between Arizona and California before passing on into Mexico where it forms the border betwen the States of Baja California and Sonora.

Colorado River Basin Team

Previous Meetings:

  • Colorado River Team Meeting
    100th Meridian Initiative
    October 7, 2008, 8:30am - 4:30 pm
    Hosted by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
    Utah Department of Natural Resources building
    1594 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.
    More info

  • Southern Nevada Quagga Mussel Meeting
    Date: October 11, 2007
    Location: 1350 Richard Bunker Avenue, Henderson NV 89015

  • Southern Nevada Quagga Mussel Meeting
    Date: August 2, 2007
    Location: 1350 Richard Bunker Avenue, Henderson NV 89015
    pdf Southern Nevada Quagga Mussel Meeting Summary 8/2007
     
  • Colorado River 100th Meridian Team Meeting (Jan 2007)
    The Nevada Department of Wildlife and the Las Vegas Valley Water District co-hosted the last Colorado River 100th Meridian Team meeting, Wed. January 31, 2007 in Mead Room 3 of the Water District offices at 1001 South Valley View Boulevard.
    pdf Meeting Notes

Project Update:

Salt Lake City, UT, July 22, 2003

Lake Mead National Rec. Area, Boulder City, NV, Jan 17 2003

Grand Junction, CO, July 31, 2002

Las Vegas, NV, February13, 2002

Las Vegas, NV, June 13, 2001

 

 


Weestern Water: The Colorado River provides recreational opportunities and drinking water for millions of Western North Americans.


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