Here’s the webpage with registration details from the Colorado Ag Water Summit. The Interbasin Compact Committee is meeting the day before.
From the Fort Collins Coloradoan:
Water and its impact on agriculture, municipalities and public policy will be the focus of the 2011 Ag Water Summit on Dec. 1 at The Ranch at the Larimer County Fairgrounds in Loveland.
Topics include public policy, developing water storage and delivery projects, working with municipalities and environmental groups, new technology, alternatives to ag water transfers and recent litigation and rules impacting ag water.
Featured speakers include John Stulp of the governor’s office, Department of Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar, Jim Martin of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Jennifer Gimbel of the Colorado Water Conser-vation Board, Bob Streeter of the Colorado Wildlife Commission and others.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.coagwater.org.
Cost for agricultural producers before Nov. 4 is $50 and $75 after that date. Nonproducers are $75 before Nov. 4 and $100 after. Students are free, but registration is required.