Click here to read the latest newsletter from the Colorado River District (Jim Pokrandt). Here’s an excerpt:
What: The Colorado River District’s Annual Water Seminar — “Shrinking in Supply, Growing in Demand” — where in one day, you can learn about the latest news and programs related to the Colorado River and its challenges to meet the needs of man and nature in the arid West.
When: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 13, 2013; check-in starts at 8:30 a.m. Greg Pederson, the lead author of the U.S. Geological Survey study that confirms snow- pack is falling victim to warmer spring temperatures.
Where: The Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction, Colo.
Cost: $30 for adults with advance registration by Friday, Sept. 6, 2013; $10 for students. Includes lunch. $40 after Sept. 6.
Who are some of the speakers?
James Eklund, the new director of the Colo- rado Water Conservation Board who will dis-
cuss the two-year deadline to create a Colorado Water Plan and what that means
Klaus Wolter, the Climate Diagnostics Center researcher for NOAA who is the go-to expert for predicting seasonal weather A panel discussion on how the Roundtables will inform the Colorado Water Plan with their findings and plans to meet their water supply shortages Beorn Courtney, an engineer for the Headwa- ters Corp. who will discuss how the Sterling Ranch development in the South Denver Metro Area will employ water conservation through house design, landscaping, clustering and water capture A discussion on what the low levels at Lake Powell portend reduced water releases to Lake Mead and the Lower Basin states and a decla- ration of a shortage ….. and more
Information and questions: 970-945-8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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