The solution to the West’s water problems

If I go out and ride for an hour, my brain function after is definitely better. I like to think up creative water solutions when I’m riding.

That’s John Currier, chief engineer of the Colorado River District in Glenwood Springs, in a fun story on the crazy bicycling habits of Currier and his colleagues Eric Kuhn and Jim Pokrandt.

I always have thought the River District was one of the most interesting, innovative examples of Colorado River Basin water governance. Could this be why? Or am I confusing correlation and causation?