WATER QUALITY PROGAM

Research, Education and Advocacy

Water quality is quickly becoming one of the most pressing planet-wide environmental concerns of the 21st century.  Life depends on it, and yet access to clean water is growing increasingly difficult.  The New York Times, in a five-part series titled “Toxic Waters” outlined many of the problems:  from over-flowing and aging sewer systems, to toxic waste from industry; from agricultural run-off to chemical contamination.  Colorado has its own share of problems, stemming from unprecedented population growth and large-scale oil and gas development over the past decade.  (See “Colorado Waters Under Pressure.”)

Read the In-Depth article on SLVEC's Water Quality here

Your Water Quality Toolkit Resources

Here you'll find background information, methods of water testing and testing labs as well as results of extensive well monitoring conducted in the SLV with the assistance of SLVEC.

 

Local Testing Laboratory

Serving the San Luis Valley - Sangre de Cristo Lab, 2329 Lava Lane, Alamosa, CO, 81101  Phone 719-589-1024

Downloadable Docs for Climate Change 

Protecting your Private Well

CSU Extension Publication

https://extension.colostate.edu/docs/pubs/crops/xcm179.pdf

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Water Quality Resource Documents Downloads

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