Aquifer wells in Douglas County challenge renewable-water strategies
By Bruce Finley
September 14, 2012
Deep wells are being drilled to tap 1.5 million acre-feet of water under the Greenland open space in Douglas County, a potentially game-changing project at a time when south-metro communities are scrambling to reduce their dependence on underground aquifers.
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