The Colorado-Big Thompson Reclamation Project: A Test Case
The construction of the Colorado-Big Thompson Reclamation Project tunnel under Rocky Mountain National Park vitally and directly affects the lives of at least 175,000 people in northwest Colorado. Although the construction of this tunnel in no way affects the actual Park area its construction is opposed by many influential organizations and associations. President Chapman has made a firsthand and detailed study of the project and his findings are reported in the following article. Those members of the Society who wish to sharpen their wits on controversial subjects will find President Chapman's article of intense interest. Furthermore, every member of the Society should be informed on the real issues involved in this controversy.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: President, The Society of American Foresters
Publication date: 01 October 1937