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Shortly after the floods, the State of Colorado set aside funding to support local efforts to develop watershed master plans. With support from the State, 11 master plans were developed with the understanding that watershed recovery and resilience requires a holistic approach from the top of the watershed to the bottom, and also requires the engagement and participation of a broad range of watershed stakeholders, including local and state government, non-profits, businesses and landowners. The master planning process provided a collaborative approach to identify and prioritize needs, to develop projects and to guide the implementation. The master planning process also catalyzed the formation of watershed coalitions which are now actively guiding restoration and resiliency efforts within the flood impacted watersheds.
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Water
Tags
watershed, coalition, resiliency, resilient, boundaries, flood, colorado
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Muller Engineering
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Bear_Creek

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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
HydroID
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DrainID
drain_id
Name
name
Descript
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GlobalWshd
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RELATEDOID
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DRNAREA
drnarea
RELIEF
relief
ELEV
elev
ELEVMAX
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MINBELEV
minbelev
BSLDEM10M
bsldem_10_m
EL7500
el_7500
PRECIP
precip
I6H100Y
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PK2
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PK5
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PK10
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PK25
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PK50
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PK100
pk_100
PK200
pk_200
PK500
pk_500
Qa
qa
Q1
q_1
Q2
q_2
Q3
q_3
Q4
q_4
Q5
q_5
Q6
q_6
Q7
q_7
Q8
q_8
Q9
q_9
Q10
q_10
Q11
q_11
Q12
q_12
M7D2Y
m_7_d_2_y
M7D10Y
m_7_d_10_y
M7D50Y
m_7_d_50_y
V7D2Y
v_7_d_2_y
V7D10Y
v_7_d_10_y
V7D50Y
v_7_d_50_y
D10
d_10
D25
d_25
D50
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D75
d_75
D90
d_90
WARNINGMSG
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Edited
edited
HUCID
hucid
ORIG_FID
orig_fid
Shape_Leng
shape_leng
Shape_Area
shape_area

Big_Thompson

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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
OBJECTID
objectid
TNMID
tnmid
MetaSource
meta_source
SourceData
source_data
SourceOrig
source_orig
SourceFeat
source_feat
LoadDate
load_date
GNIS_ID
gnis_id
AreaAcres
area_acres
AreaSqKm
area_sq_km
States
states
HUC8
huc_8
Name
name
Shape_Leng
shape_leng
Shape_Area
shape_area

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