Marking the 75th anniversary of the Southwestern Water Conservation District (SWCD), this year’s Annual Water Seminar will focus on the theme, “75 Years: Using the Lessons Learned.”
From their extensive experience, former Colorado Supreme Court
Justice Greg Hobbs, along with former Colorado Water Conservation Board
Director and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Deputy Commissioner Bill
McDonald, will review the evolution of water management from the legal,
state and federal perspectives.
Southern Ute Indian Tribal Chairman Clement Frost and Ute Mountain
Ute Tribal Chairman Manuel Heart will describe generations of tribal
water resources stewardship. Among other topics, a diverse selection of
water-related entities —from watershed health advocates to ditch
companies, from Pagosa Springs to Norwood—will present on projects
funded by the District.
Friday, April 1, 2016
DoubleTree Hotel (501 Camino Del Rio)
8:30 am (Registration opens at 8:00 am)
Cost: $35 in advance; $40 at the door
Register or Pay Online
Look for the final agenda posted soon.
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