Answers to your questions about water in Custer County

 

 

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A key component of San Isabel Land Protection Trust’s Sustainable Water Program is finding and sharing the best available science and information with the people who live or own property in the region.

Staff hydrologist Valda Terauds shared what she had learned about how water works in Custer County in a June 27, 2019, special presentation: “Hydrogeology in Custer County – a Tale of Many Aquifers.” 

The presentation is part of a series of ongoing community conversations initiated by San Isabel’s Sustainable Water Program. Through the program, San Isabel seeks to strengthen our environment, community and economy; foster regenerative land practices; and focus on the long term.

Hydrogeology in Custer County – a Tale of Many Aquifers

 

Janet Smith

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  • "The Hood Family placed a conservation easement on our ranch because it gave us a chance to preserve the land as undeveloped property while allowing the operation of the ranch to continue to make ranching decisions as we have always done. It also provided funding to establish retirement funds and an investment portfolio, providing long-term income."

    – Keith Hood, fifth-generation rancher