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Helping the City of Alamosa, Capulin and the Alamosa River

When the new Groundwater Rules and Regulations go into effect, groundwater wells in the San Luis Valley will need to “replace depletions.” Deep and reliable wells, like those that supply the City of Alamosa, draw a small amount of water from the environment for many miles when they pump. The easiest way to follow the new rules is to put that missing water back into the rivers. To do that, one either needs a reservoir or an extremely good water right.

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Cactus Hill Farm is a win-win

Two years ago, no one had probably ever heard of Cactus Hill Farm or el Viejo Ditch. If one did, it was likely only due to driving through Capulin a couple of times ... probably by accident. Yet, getting to know this special place is highly recommended. The land has a rich history of agriculture and stream restoration; a beautiful stretch of the Alamosa River with cold, clean springs and deep pools; an awesome family working it; and a very, very important water right.

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Great Sand Dunes to begin phased reopening June 3

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve will increase recreational access through a phased approach following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities.

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Centauri teacher of the year

Margaret Salazar-Muniz is Centauri High School’s Teacher of the Year. She has been an educator for 25 years and has spent 19 years teaching math at Centauri High School.

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