In order to update the 2016 Upper Basin Depletion Demand Schedule in 2022, Colorado changed agricultural demands from average historical depletions to maximum historical depletions for each river basin. This analysis was done on a Colorado Division of Water Resources Water District level. The period of record analyzed was 1950 to 2013. This was done in order for agricultural demands to represent a full demand that has been met historically. The Modified Blaney-Criddle evapotranspiration (ET) Method was used like it was in 2016 with an elevation adjustment of 10% per 1,000 meters for crops below 6,500 feet and Denver Water High Altitude crop coefficients for crops above 6,500 feet. No other sectors were modified from their 2016 levels since they already represented a full demand. Statewide, the move to full demands resulted in a 16% increase in agricultural demands and an overall increase of 263 kAF to Colorado’s Depletion Demands.