New from Neighbor States / Sept. 2, 2018: Re-opening of Denver’s buried waterways aims to revive natural processes to control storm runoff, create habitat.

 

Crews work on the Arkins Outfall along Montclair Creek on August 27, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. The city of Denver is working on restoring the once-buried waterway to help control future flooding. /Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post

DENVER accelerates ‘daylighting’ of lost waterways, ‘undoing history’ with decades-long re-engineering effort

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