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                       The Boulder County Commissioners reply
Boulder County Commissioners can stop the Gross Dam Expansion -
and we need to make sure they want to do that.  Development may only proceed if it is consistent with the environmental and developmental goals of the local communities as outlined in the Boulder County 1041 regulations. In light of that, Gary Wockner of Save the Colorado summarized our concerns in an email to the Boulder County Commissioners earlier this year. Here is their response:
Boulder County 8.2016

Please stay involved and be ready to provide input when the county requests it.  We will keep you posted on when and where to write or speak.

                       Meanwhile.... it's Fall on the Fraser River!

Fraser River Fall Phot

More people are joining our fight as they realize the risk to this beautiful river.  High Country News published an excellent article highlighting the fact that the Gross Dam Expansion is unnecessary and wasteful.  Read their article Rural Colorado can't afford to lose more water to Denver that was written by Mike Chiropolos, the lawyer who is supporting us in beating this ill conceived dam project.


Let's keep up the good fight for the sake of the Eastern AND Western slope ecosystems.The fight to protect the area around Gross Reservoir is a GRASS ROOTS EFFORT!  We appreciate everyone's interest and actions.


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Our mission is to actively deal with current and future environmental issues that affect our community and that of the world around us.

More Than Two Decades of Environmental Protection

Formed in 1990, TEG (The Environmental Group) is a 501c3 non-profit environmental organization in Colorado. Located in the foothills of the Front Range, spanning Jefferson, Gilpin and Boulder Counties, TEG works to protect the natural lands and resources of the region from environmental degradation.

We focus on creating discussion and on-the-ground actions for a livable Colorado, and we work with environmentally-minded citizens and groups statewide to preserve this magnificent state.