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    Designing and constructing landscape shows
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 1969-08) Hoyle, Lawrence L., author
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    Boron deficiency problem of celery production in Hawaii
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 1963-07) Matsuura, Minoru, author
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    Citrus rootstocks and propagation
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 1963-05) Awad, Abdul-Rahman Mohammad, author
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    Presentation of horticultural information to urban residents
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 1961-03) Adams, James L., author
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    Watershed management concerns in general plan formulation for regional governments
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 1982) Diederich, William Dean, author; Held, R. Burnell, advisor; Dyer, Archie A., committee member; Doehring, Donald O., committee member
    Most city, county, and regional planners are more comfortable with discussing urban/suburban related issues than natural resource issues. The reason is due to the education planners receive. Eventually, counties and regions, and cities with large open areas, will have to plan for the managed production of all resources as they become scarcer. This paper addresses the watershed basin as an area that should be managed for its most important product: water. The paper attempts to show the planner the basics of watershed management, methods to include watershed management in general plans, and concepts of water law that affect ownership of watershed water. Discussion departs from the traditional approach of watershed management planning for regional economic development and soil erosion control to focus on the watershed as a resource producer.