Water Is Leaving Colorado Farmland For The City — But Will It Ever Return?

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An old water cliché tells us that “water flows uphill toward money.” It’s an adage born out of people’s frustrations about who benefits when water moves around in the Western U.S., popularized by author Marc Reisner’s 1986 book, “Cadillac Desert.” Like all persistent folksy sayings, it’s a mix of myth and truth . But there’s at least one case where it has some validity: the phenomenon known as “buy and dry” along Colorado’s fast-growing, historically agricultural Front Range.
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Water Is Leaving Colorado Farmland For The City — But Will It Ever Return?

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