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Have news to share with the Colorado water conservation community? Email us and we will share the information here.
Go to the link to read more and to sign the Alliance for Water Efficiency's letter. Deadline is March 1, 2018.
There is still time to register!
Courses open January 8, 2018; however, you can register any time before May 6 to complete the first two courses, Water Law and U.S. Water Concerns. Don’t miss out on this educational opportunity with outstanding leaders in the water field.
Water Law, Dr. Elizabeth R. McVicker
U.S. Water Concerns and Capstone Course, Dr. Randi Brazeau
Colorado Water and the American West, Dr. Matthew S. Makley
More information on their website - HERE
The Colorado WaterWise Conservation Symposium Registration Scholarship covers registration fees and conference meals and is sponsored by the One World One Water Center. Only FOUR registration scholarships will be awarded and only current active students are eligible.
Schools are important urban water user and present great opportunities to engage children in learning about water. To hear how some of that happens, don’t miss this year’s Green Schools Summit on November 2nd and 3rd ! The Green Schools Summit is Colorado's only conference dedicated to convening green building industry professionals, school decision makers, educators and parents to further advance healthy, safe and sustainable schools statewide. The annual education and networking event, hosted by USGBC Colorado and organized in partnership with volunteers from the Green Schools Initiative, provides a unique opportunity to discuss how we can to create better learning environments for students. This year's Summit theme is "Making Green Schools Add Up" and programming will focus on resource efficiency in schools. Early bird pricing ends September 22nd . Register here: https://www.cogreenschools.org/
The City of Fort Collins is exploring a commercial facility water efficiency training. While we currently have a commercial audit program, our auditors have backgrounds in energy as opposed to water. We are hoping with some additional training we will become more proficient in identifying and creating water savings at commercial sites!
The two to three day training would be provided by Michelle Maddaus from Maddaus Water Management in late fall. Michelle is an experienced P.E. who specializes in commercial water audit training and has performed various trainings for energy and water providers across the country. The training would consist of up to three days of hands-on experience at commercial sites in Fort Collins, Colorado. The instruction time would be a combination of presentations and 3-5 interactive water customer site visits. Participants would receive auditor training of CII facilities, associated training materials, and field experience.
We are interested in opening this opportunity up to others in the community, however due to limited space we want to gauge interest. We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to fill out the form below or pass along to others who may be interested: COMMERICAL FACILITY WATER EFFIICINCY TRAINING FEEDBACK FORM.
If you have any additional questions email Abbye Neel at email@example.com.
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Members, log in and click HERE to browse and order.
The South Platte Enhancement Board (SPEB) is accepting grant applications for projects and initiatives that protect or enhance natural resource and cultural/historical values along sections of the South Platte River and its North Fork. Grants can range up to $40,000 per project.
Grant Applications are due by June 14th at 5:00pm.
Additional Information can be found HERE and HERE
In this webinar we will be discussing the history of Colorado water rights and why the state isjust now allowing residents to harvest rain water. We’ll also discuss the what, where and how-to of installing a rain barrel on your site and how to properly integrate it into your landscape. Presented by Deryn Davidson and Jennifer Tucker, CSU Extension.
This webinar is FREE. Please register to recieve a link to the webinar. The webinar is presented by Colorado State University Extension and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service. All webinars are recorded and available on the CSU Small Acreage Management website at www.ext.colostate.edu/sam
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