01-08-14 Celebrating 40 Years of Success and Challenges for Colorado’s Instream Flow Program on Jan 15th…
Posted by Brian Allmer on January 8, 2014
The event is free and open to the public; RSVPs are required.
Join the Colorado Water Conservation Board for a special workshop and happy hour celebrating the 40th anniversary of Colorado’s Instream Flow Program. The event features a keynote presentation from Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hobbs, panel presentations on the program’s history and on its future, and a happy hour featuring light refreshments. Among the confirmed panelists who will be speaking are:
· James Eklund, Director, Colorado Water Conservation Board
· Eric Kuhn, General Manager, Colorado River Water Conservation District
· Amy Beatie, Executive Director, Colorado Water Trust
The event is free and open to the public; RSVPs are requested. The program begins at 2 pm, with the happy hour reception starting at 430 pm – at the Ralph Carr Colorado Judicial Center.
Sponsored by American Rivers, the Colorado River Water Conservation District, Colorado Trout Unlimited, the Colorado Water Congress, the Colorado Water Conservation Board, Colorado Water Trust, Conservation Colorado, Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell, Leonard Rice Engineers, The Nature Conservancy, the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, Petros & White, Porzak Browning & Bushong, Public Counsel of the Rockies, Roaring Fork Conservancy, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, University of Denver Water Law Review, Waterjamin Legal & Policy Consulting, and Western Resource Advocates.
Event LocationRalph Carr Colorado Judicial Center
2 E 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80203