Above-normal Snowpack Boosts Water Supply

April 5, 2010

The snowpack in Colorado's mountains remains above normal. A slow and steady spring melt has reduced flood danger and is bringing good news for both farming and recreation. Ryan Warner speaks with State Engineer Dick Wolfe – and with farmer Larry Krening, who raises corn and alfalfa near Fort Morgan.

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