Development Spurs Revisions in Ditch Easement Case Law in Colorado
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The irrigation ditch stands as one of the last vestiges of an agricultural way of life. Early settlers of the arid west constructed irrigation ditches miles long in an effort to bring lifeblood water to cropland and thirsty livestock.
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