Lunch 'n Learns

Bring your Appetite for Knowledge

Colorado WaterWise hosts free informational lunches each year to enhance professional knowledge and provide opportunities for networking. Here you can find out about upcoming Lunch 'n Learns and view presentations from past events. Interested in presenting to our organization? Email us.     

 Thursday, June 14, 2018

12:30-2:00 p.m. 

 

Open Source Resources

presented by Steve Malers from Open Water Foundation

Please join us at this brown bag Lunch 'n Learn to learn about innovative ways to use technology to solve complex water issues. Malers will also discuss ways to empower users with software tools for data analysis and visualization.

Open Water Foundation is leading the effort to collaboratively develop, enhance, and maintain open source water resource software tools. These tools can benefit government, universities, consultants, nonprofits, and the general public.

Location: Fort Collins Utilities, 700 Wood Street , Fort Collins, CO

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

12:30-1:30 p.m. 

 

Regional Model Landscape and Irrigation Ordinance

presented by Rick Shultz and Linda Gould of Castle Rock Water

Please join us at this brown bag Lunch 'n Learn to learn about the regional model landscape and irrigation ordinance. Linda and Rick will discuss Castle Rock's partnership with South Metro Water Supply Authority and how they developed the ordinance. They'll cover how they determined the need for the ordinance, its key requirements, and why it makes sense for any municipality. 

Location: Alliance Center, 1536 Wynkoop St., Denver CO 80202

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Past Presentations

July 13, 2017: Keep Austin Wired - How Data Saved Austin Water 41M Gallons by Dropcountr

March 9, 2017: Beyond the Controller by Rachio

October 13, 2016: High Performance Plumbing: Technology that Works for Colorado by TOTO

June 10, 2016: The Next Generation of Data-Driven Demand Management for Rocky Mountain Utilities by WaterSmart

March 10, 2016: Delivering Conservation Improvements through Digital Communication - Oracle CX by Oracle Corp

July 9, 2015:  Castle Rock’s Municipal Landscape Program. Rick Schultz, Water Conservation Specialist, Town of Castle Rock

June 11, 2015: Colorado WaterWise's Smart Phone App.  13070 N. Huron St., Westminster, CO.

March 12, 2015: "Federal Water Management and Best Practices" by Kate McMordie Stoughton,
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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