Extended drought conditions and non-point-source pollution are concerns for those who monitor water quality in the Bear Creek watershed.
“We’re going to have a little less water and will have to adjust,” Russ Clayshulte, Bear Creek Watershed Association manager, said during a panel discussion on April 4.
According to recent data from Snowtel, the snowpack was 74 percent of the normal amount, he said.
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