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At the request of the City of Springfield, CO, nine public supply wells (PSW) operated by the city were sampled by personnel from the Colorado Department of Agriculture's (CDA) Agricultural Chemicals & Groundwater Protection Program (ACGPP), in May of 2015, to assess agrichemical contamination. Results from the 2015 sampling event were comparable with previous data collected by ACGPP and the City of Springfield. Nitrate was above the drinking water...
The overall goal of Colorado's nonpoint source program is to restore to full use those waters, both surface and ground water, impaired by nonpoint sources, and to prevent future impairments to Colorado's waters, using an effective, efficient and open process that fully involves the public and brings together the necessary regulatory and non-nonregulatory authorities, agencies and programs.
This update to the 2000 Nonpoint Management Program is intended to provide the near-term framework for program actions over the next five years. The actions identified in this document will lay the foundation to accomplish the long-term goals of the program.