Inside Northern Water with Brian Werner: Four States Irrigation Council ‘s 66th Annual Meeting, Year in Review , Water Storage Project Updates & More…
BRIGGSDALE, CO – November 29, 2018 – The Four States Irrigation Council is hosting their 66th annual meeting January 9-11, which will be held at the Fort Collins Hilton. Joining the CO Ag News Network by telephone to discuss the upcoming event as well as a look back at 2018 and ahead regarding Northern Water‘s Storage Projects (NISP & Windy Gap) is Brian Werner, Public Information Officer at Northern Water in Berthoud, CO…
ABOUT NORTHERN WATER
Northern Water is a public agency created in 1937 to contract with the federal government to build the Colorado-Big Thompson Project. The C-BT Project provides supplemental water to more than 640,000 acres of irrigated farm and ranch land and about 960,000 people in Northeastern Colorado. Northern Water and the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation jointly operate and maintain the C-BT Project, which collects West Slope water and delivers it to portions of eight Northeastern Colorado counties. In addition, Northern Water collects, distributes and monitors weather and water quality data, tracks streamflows and reservoir levels, and provides water planning and water conservation information.Learn more about Northern Water – CLICK HERE
About the 66th Annual Four States Irrigation Council’s Annual Meeting
The 66th Four States Irrigation Council’s Annual Meeting Jan 9-11 at the Ft Collins Hilton will be full of engaging speakers, important and relevant topics, networking opportunities and great entertainment at our banquet dinner on Thursday, which includes comedian Rik Roberts.
Take advantage of the Early Registration discount available until December 21st. CLICK HERE to learn more about the 66th Four States Irrigation Council’s Annual Meeting at the Fort Collins Hilton – REGISTER BEFORE December 21st to save $$$