The Colorado State Legislature Recognizes Aspinall Award Winner & 2019 Water Leader of the Year John McClow
Click on the video below to see the full acknowledgement from the Floor:
Wingfoot Water Resources
Souder, Miller & Associates
The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) was created nearly 75 years ago to provide policy direction on water issues. The CWCB is Colorado’s most comprehensive water information resource. The agency maintains expertise in a broad range of programs and provides technical assistance to further the utilization of Colorado’s waters.
The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) represents each major water basin, Denver and other state agencies in our joint effort to use water wisely and protect our water for future generations.
The purpose of the Colorado Water Stewardship Project is to ensure that Colorado Water Congress members and water stakeholders from around the state are prepared for any ballot initiative that might be of interest to the Colorado water community. The Project guides CWC's ballot initiative work consisting of legal challenges, public polling and messaging.
Join us on Tuesday, March 12 at 12:00 PM for a Colorado Water Stewardship Project Webinar. Our panelists will review the proposed initiatives currently filed for the 2019 ballot, an overview of the Stream Access Litigation case (Hill v. Warsewa) addressing access to rivers in Colorado and CWSP's recent efforts.
Our panelists will also give us an update on how the new changes in administration have impacted the Colorado water community thus far.
March 12, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Join CWC at the Capitol
Each year, Dianna Orf hosts a small group of CWC Members for an opportunity to attend the State Affairs Committee Meeting and tour the Capitol in Downtown Denver. Interested in taking part? Send Chane Polo an email at email@example.com.
Tour Dates Available:
Monday, March 18, 2019
To learn more about the State Affairs Committee, click here
We'll see you there!
Dedicated to the world’s most important resource, AWWA sets the standard for water knowledge, management and informed public policy. This year our Annual Conference, ACE19 will take place June 9-12 in Denver, Colorado. Learn, connect and be inspired to solve today’s global water challenges. Explore this year’s program and select sessions focused on asset management, utility risk and resilience and water quality challenges – along with the new smart water utility and potable reuse tracks. Be sure to take advantage of dedicated Exhibit Hall time to see cutting-edge products and services and meet new contacts.
This FREE 6 episode documentary event will be available for a special preview from March 9-14th with the FULL official launch in May. We welcome you to join us and share the information widely. You can register one of two ways:
As a participant and follow along in what will essentially be a masterclass in bluemind research and practice:
As a partner enabling you to raise funds for your important work when the documentary goes live:
High Line Canal Clean-Up Scheduled for Saturday, March 16, 2019
Volunteers and segment leaders are needed to clear trash and debris from the eleven mile stretch of the canal that runs through the city of Aurora. The goal for the day is to reduce the amount of trash being discharged from the Canal to Sand Creek and to Toll Gate Creek. Along with the benefits from the outdoor exercise, the event is also an excellent opportunity to learn about the problems caused from littering and the importance of protecting our waterways.
To register, click here and scroll down to the High Line Canal opportunity. Interested people will need to create a volunteer profile. This is needed to help organizers communicate with volunteers.
The volunteer registration website has a downloadable Volunteer waiver. Every volunteer is required to have a waiver completed prior to working on the High Line Canal. If the portal is proving cumbersome or if you have questions, please feel free to contact Lottia Villalba
The Water in the West Symposium is scheduled for Wednesday, March 13, 2019 - Thursday, March 14, 2019 at the Gaylord Rockies Hotel & Conference Center
Are you interested in being part of Colorado’s water community? The Ditch and Reservoir Company Alliance (DARCA) is looking for an energetic leader to fill the position of Executive Director.
The position requires an estimated 20 hours a week. More hours will be required preparing for the Annual Conference in February and other workshop events. The selected candidate will enter into a two-year contract with an opportunity to extend the contract annually following a review by the Board.
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