What I heard from the water pros: collaboration, climate change — and the state water plan recited as a poem.
By Katie Knoll
Call me a water nerd, but I love going to the Colorado Water Congress annual convention every year.
But it can be exhausting. Three days of networking and catching up with professional colleagues (and friends) can wear a girl down, but it’s totally worth it.
The convention is devoted to education and conversation on all things water. It begins with a full day of educational workshops, followed by two days of informational seminars led by the top minds on water from around the state. And it’s all rounded out with a sprinkling of federal and state legislative affairs…
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