In the just-released Colorado Water Plan, it’s rare to see the word “dam” used. And yet, dams and reservoirs are at the core of Colorado’s water-supply systems — past, present and future. Instead of using “dam” or “dams,” the state water plan, and most people at water meetings in Colorado, uses the word “storage,” as in “water storage” or “storage project” to describe some type of structure that backs up and holds water.READ MORE ►
What's in a name?
Lots of 'storage' in Colorado Water Plan, but few 'dams'