This website is the work of many people, many hands, many minds.  The tasks of planning, researching, analyzing research, writing, editing, selecting, and ‘webifying’ were (and continue to be) a community project within the Public Lands History Center (PLHC).  Members of the PLHC – faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduates – swapped sources; shared stories; discussed, argued, disagreed, and came to a consensus over many different aspects of agricultural and urban water use in Fort Collins.  Not only does it take a village to produce a cogent historical analysis, but it takes a conversation among those doing the work.  Many conversations, in fact.  The PLHC is grateful to those who contributed to this project.  We hope the conversation continues.

Not pictured are:
Krista Maroudas: Urban and Industrial
Jacquelyn Stiverson: Urban Trails, Downtown Development
Katie Updyke: Water sports