Colorado Basin Roundtable
The Colorado Basin Roundtable (CBRT) is a group of water managers and stakeholders who work to solve water-related issues within the Colorado River Basin in the state of Colorado from its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park to the Utah state line. In addition to providing information and action, the CBRT is a source of funding for numerous and varied water projects within the basin.
Established in 2005 by the Colorado Legislature, we are a group representing the various water interests within the Colorado River Basin so that we can work together to solve water-related needs for the future of the basin and the state.
Our goals are to protect, conserve and develop water supplies within the Colorado Basin and the Western Slope of Colorado for future needs.
View the Drought Contingency Planning and Demand Management presentation and learn more why they are important.