Managing, Protecting, & Sustaining Water Resources Within the Colorado River Basin

Our goals are to protect, conserve and develop water supplies within the Western Slope of Colorado for future needs.

About the Colorado Basin Roundtable

Established in 2005 by the Colorado Legislature, 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 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.

PT Job Opening

The Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating various PEPO activities, promoting grants and basin-identified projects, facilitating communication and outreach initiatives, and designing and implementing water education activities in the Colorado River Basin.
Agriculture
Environment
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Municipal & Industrial
Water Planning
Water Quality
Agriculture
Environment
Recreation
Municipal & Industrial
Water Planning
Water Quality

Explore Our Core Areas of Focus

The CBRT’s responsibilities range from protecting basin streams and lakes to advancing water conservation, flood mitigation, watershed protection, stream restoration, drought planning, water supply planning, water project financing, and more.

Water. It's not just for
drinking.

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Our Mission

The purpose/mission of the Colorado Basin Roundtable is to develop long-term solutions to intra-basin water needs, and collaborate with the other eight Roundtables in the state to find solutions to inter-basin water issues.

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