Water Education Colorado's Water Fluency Program offers immersion in the language of water as well as tools for navigating the culture, complexity and future of water management and policy issues.
This program is for anyone interested in learning more about water. Typical participants are involved with making decisions about water, but may feel they lack basic background on water management and the regulatory environment to confidently make those decisions.
Participants will learn about water through four in-person classroom discussion days, water-focused site visits, webinar-based trainings, online discussions, and inter-session reading assignments and applications of learning. Course curriculum covers topics of statewide relevance:
- Colorado’s water resources
- Legal and institutional frameworks
- Water resource management
- Colorado water for the future
This year we're bringing the program to the southwest for the first time, with sessions in: Durango, June 23 and 24
Cortez, September 2 and 3
Get full details and register at WECo's website.