Do you love biking AND beer??
Then ride your bike to one of our partner breweries from noon to 4pm on Saturday, August 3, 2019.* You’ll enjoy a discounted pint while learning about Colorado’s most precious resource: water – and why it’s so important for making great beer!
Once you arrive at the brewery on August 3rd, show the #BIKE4WATER beer coupon (which will be posted to our website and social media accounts by July 15th) to receive a discount of up to 1⁄2 o your first pint! While you enjoy your beer, visit our Live Like You Love It table to learn about Colorado water, how water is used to make beer, and what breweries are doing to reduce their water footprint.
Participants who check-in at the brewery (on Instagram or Facebook) and post to their social media account using the hashtag #BIKE4WATER and tagging @LoveColoradoWater will be entered into a Grand Prize drawing to receive an Electra Cruiser ($300 value) from Campus Cycles in Denver.
Follow @lovecoloradowater on Instagram or Love Colorado Water on Facebook to learn more about the #BIKE4WATER event and participating breweries, or visit www.lovecoloradowater.org/bike4water.
*By participating in this event, you are agreeing to drink and ride your bike responsibly.
CWW's August Board Meeting
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/173109343
Dial by your location: 669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 173 109 343
Join Colorado WaterWise for a Lunch 'n Learn event with Charlie Kyger with Rain Bird to learn about drip irrigation trends in landscape irrigation design.
Drip irrigation is a growing trend in landscape irrigation design and is a proven means for achieving water conservation. Learn more about the benefits of drip irrigation, the components that make up a drip system and basic design considerations to take when designing a drip irrigation system.
Upon completion of this Lunch & Learn, the attendees will be able to:
Lunch provided by:
Note: we have both an in-person and web attendance option. If you are not able to join us in person but would still like to hear the lunch 'n learn topic, please sign up as a web attendee.
Why Integrate Land Use and Water Resource Planning?
The Growing Water Smart program helps communities bridge the gap
between water management and land use planning to build a more resilient
future. This is especially important for Colorado as its population continues to
rapidly grow. From 1 million people in 1930 to over 5 million today, projections
now anticipate that Colorado’s population could nearly double by 2060. To
sustain this growth, Colorado will need to better manage its water supply.
Although Colorado is a headwater state, the state’s water supply faces
increasing uncertainty with over-appropriated river basins, longer droughts,
and more frequent fires. The Colorado Water Plan predicts that by 2050 the
state could have a supply gap of up to 560,000 acre-feet.
Application Deadline: June 28, 2019
Additional information here
CWW's September Board Meeting
CWW's October Board Meeting
Join us for the 11th Annual Colorado WaterWise Water Conservation Symposium in Denver, Colorado! We have a great program that will appeal to many audiences. Speaker titles are still being confirmed but keep an eye on our preliminary speaker list for continued updates.
Register now as space is limited.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event or have additional questions, please contact Melissa.
Cancellation Policy: All cancellations emailed to email@example.com before COB October 16 will be refunded in full. Cancellations emailed by COB October 23 will receive a 50% refund. After October 23rd no refunds will be given; however, substitute registrants are always welcome.
CWW's November Board Meeting
CWW's December Board Meeting
Colorado WaterWise firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 40202, Denver CO 80204-0202