AWRA–Colorado 2017 Annual Symposium: The Confluence of Science, Policy and Change, April 28, 2017

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2017 Annual Symposium

The Colorado Section of AWRA and the Colorado Foundation for Water Education Present: The Confluence of Science, Policy and Change

Friday, April 28th

7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Mount Vernon Country Club
24933 Club House Circle
Golden, CO 80401

Keynote Speakers:

Mike Connor former Deputy Secretary of the Interior, currently with the Walton Foundation
Ken Salazar, former Secretary of the Department of the Interior

Draft Agenda Here

Click here to download a copy of the registration form (.pdf).

For your convenience you can sign up or sponsor the symposium here using PayPal.

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Please note: All AWRA-CO memberships are valid for the Calendar Year (January through December). Therefore, if you haven’t renewed your membership in 2016, please renew your membership before registering at the Member’s rate. Otherwise, you may register as a Non-Member and automatically receive a 2017 Individual Membership for $20. Thank you!

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