Colorado Water 2012: Justice Hobbs is heading up to Greeley on April 4 to talk water


Here’s the announcement from the High Plains Library District:

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs will discuss his book (Living the Four Corners: Colorado Centennial State of the Headwaters) and his brother Will’s young adult adventure novel, River Thunder on Wednesday, April 4 at 7 pm at the High Plains Library District offices (2650 W 29th St. Greeley, CO).

Hobbs’ presentation is part of Colorado Water 2012 – a statewide celebration of water: past, present and future. Using his brother’s photos and narrative as well as his own stories and poems Hobbs’ will portray the great adventure of running the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.

Colorado Water 2012 is a state-wide celebration of Colorado’s unique heritage as a headwaters state. The event, which started as a small celebration to commemorate the major anniversaries of some of Colorado’s most important water organizations and legislation grew into a statewide water awareness campaign following a declaration by Gov. Hickenlooper proclaiming 2012 The Year of Water.

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