Appropriation and the Evolution of Colorado's Landscape, Ditches, and Water Institutions
2016 UP Week Blog Tour
During the second week of September 2013, Colorado’s Front Range was ravaged by the most severe flooding in living memory. I took this photo on Saturday, September 14, shortly after the floodwaters had receded from their peak on Left Hand Creek.
Robert R. Crifasi works in water management and planning and is an environmental scientist with more than twenty-five years of experience. He has served as the Water Resources Administrator for the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks Department, was on the board of directors of eleven ditch companies, and, as the president of several Boulder Valley ditches, was responsible for supervising all regular ditch operations.