Municipal Water Infrastructure for Tomorrow
Join us: October 22, 2020, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Phasing out old infrastructure and planning for the future creates opportunities for Coloradans to envision smart, sustainable and creative ways of moving and managing water. Through this webinar, offered in partnership by the Colorado Municipal League, Special District Association, and WEco, we’ll hear from Coloradans who are leading the way to tomorrow.
Photo courtesy of Denver Water
Sarah Dominick, Hazen and Sawyer
Julie Koehler, City of Westminster
Tim York, Aurora Water
Ag Infrastructure: Keeping it Going
Join us: November 10, 2020, 12-1 p.m.
Deteriorating ditches, diversion structures, and reservoirs mean that some ag water never reaches the crops it’s intended for—but Coloradans across the state are assessing the challenges and making costly ag infrastructure repairs with positive results.
Join the Colorado Ag Water Alliance and Water Education Colorado for this free webinar to hear how major projects are being implemented throughout the state. We’ll hear how producers are using loans and self-financing large projects, tapping into available federal funds, working with other stakeholder groups, and creating inventories of ditches to secure project funding.
Paul Kehmeier, Rancher; Salinity Coordinator, Colorado Department of Agriculture
Scott Jones, Rancher; President, Eagle County Conservation District
Emma Reesor, Executive Director, Rio Grande Headwaters Restoration Project
Robert Sakata, Farmer; President, Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association