The Great Divide: film screening & panel discussion, January 19 — @ConservationCO

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Tens of millions of people and billions of dollars in agricultural production all depend on rivers born in Colorado’s mountains. In a time of rising demand and limited supply, there is a vital need for all citizens to better understand this critical resource, and to participate in decisions affecting it.

The Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, Conservation Colorado, Trout Unlimited, Brendle Group and the Sierra Club are hosting an evening designed to meet that need. Join us January 19th to hear from organizations and individuals working to address Colorado’s water issues, to learn more about the new State Water Plan, to engage in meaningful dialogue and of course watch The Great Divide.

The Great Divide is a feature length documentary film from Emmy award winning Havey Productions, in association with Colorado Humanities. It highlights the timeless influence of water in both connecting and dividing Colorado – an arid state in an arid region. The film advocates for fostering cooperation and crossing “the great divide” that represents our stance on water issues.

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