Yampa-White-Green Basin Roundtable

The Yampa-White-Green Basin covers roughly 10,500 square miles in northwest Colorado and south-central Wyoming. The largest cities or towns in the basin are Steamboat Springs (pop. 10,402) and Craig (pop. 9,185).

This basin is projected to increase in municipal and industrial (M&I) water demand between 23,000 acre feet (AF) and 39,000 AF by 2050 with passive conservation included.

Visit the Yampa-White-Green Basin Roundtable Website

Upcoming Meetings:

November 11, 2020 (Virtual)
6:00pm - 9:00pm


  • Address potential energy development needs
  • Ensure endangered species’ needs do not negatively impact future in-basin uses
  • Address compact delivery impacts to existing and future in-basin water rights
  • Address potential agricultural firming needs
  • Ensure adequate water for future needs
    • M&I
    • Agricultural
    • Environmental
    • Recreational



Bi-monthly starting in January


Chair: Alden Vanden Brink

Vice-Chairs: Mike Camblin

IBCC Representatives: Jackie Brown and Tom Gray

Recorder: April McIntyre

Roundtable Governance

There are currently 26 voting members of the Yampa/White BRT

Member List

Basin By-laws

Yampa River Beaver by Dustin Doskocil, CPW
Yampa River Photo by Dustin Doskocil, CPW

Recent Roundtable Meetings

Meeting Date

Meeting Materials

July 2020 Minutes
May 2020 Minutes
March 2020 Minutes

Contact the Yampa-White-Green BRT

Colorado Water Conservation Board
1313 Sherman Street, Room 718
Denver, CO 80203
Chairperson: Jackie Brown

WSRF Contact: Steve Hinkemeyer
Phone: 970-824-4401