Denver reaches a deal to help forests keep water clean

09/9/2010 | GreenBiz.com

Denver Water and the U.S. Forest Service recently reached a $33 million deal for the service to manage 38,000 acres of trees in five watersheds to keep the areas clean and free of invasive insects. Denver Water, which had to come up with half the money, is struggling to maintain area forests that help the flow of water as climate change has extended the summer and promoted the growth of the pine beetle, which devours trees.

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