Addressing the state's water challenges by improving water efficiency through diverse community connections, innovative solutions and valuable member resources
This event is being hosted by Water Education Colorado, additional information and registration can be found on their website.
The One Water movement promises to make communities more resilient and livable.
But what really is One Water and what is it not? How does a community adopt a One Water approach? What does a One Water plan look like? And what can we learn from existing One Water work?
Join us on February 21 at noon for a webinar on One Water. We'll seek to better define One Water and hear from those who are putting One Water principles to the test in Denver, home to the state's only official One Water plan, and in Aspen, where the city's Integrated Water Resources Plan employs a One Water ethic. We'll also learn about the new One Water Cities guidance and assessment framework published by the Water Research Foundation and other resources available to those interested in becoming One Water communities.
Colorado WaterWise email@example.com
PO Box 101012
Denver, CO 80250