Larry Vickerman

Larry Vickerman

Water in the Wet Mountain Valley. Mention it, and people pay attention.

This year is one of abundance, but every year is a crapshoot on whether our watersheds will get the snow needed to ensure an adequate supply for agriculture and residential use in Custer County. Many times, it comes down to a few key snowstorms in the spring.

 

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For the third time, the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District, based in Salida, has filed an augmentation plan that uses Wet Mountain Valley water. San Isabel Land Protection Trust opposes this action in order to protect water resources on our conservation easements.

  • “Placing a conservation easement on our family ranch assures us of what WON'T happen to the land and water when we're gone.”

    – Bill Donley, fourth-generation rancher

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