Residents of a tiny, unincorporated, coal town on Colorado’s Western Slope are pitted against billionaire mine owner Bill Koch in a fight for clean drinking water. KBUT’s Christopher Biddle wanted to find out if this David versus Goliath story is as simple as it sounds.
General Manager Sonja Chavez (pictured) is joined by board members Julie Nania and JoEllen Fonken to discuss the work of the Upper Gunnison River District and this summer’s Gunnison River Festival.
With short-term drought plans finished, water managers from across the Southwest recently gathered in Las Vegas to figure out what’s next
Patrick Johnson closed on 2,500 acres in Pinal County over five years ago. The property, just off Interstate 8, is mostly farm fields right now