#ColoradoRiver District: 2018 Annual Water Seminar “Risky Business On The Colorado River” @ColoradoWater #COriver

Beginnings. Photo: Brent Gardner-Smith/Aspen Journalism

Click here for all the inside skinny and to register. From the website:

The risk of draining a half-full Lake Powell is real. The risk one-third full Lake Mead going lower and triggering big water cutbacks is real. Uncle Sam has told the states to develop drought plans or else the U.S. will do it for them. Speakers and panels from the Southern Nevada Water Authority, the Upper Colorado River Commission, the Colorado River District and others will detail current conditions on the river and what the states plan to do about them. Whether you are a toothbrusher, ag producer, angler or rafter, there’s a lot to care about.

Cost is $30 and that includes lunch; $35 at the door. Students are free unless staying for lunch, which is $10

Registration Form

For information, call Meredith at 970-945-8522 or email mspyker@crwcd.org.

Speakers include:

John Entsminger, General Manager, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Amy Haas, the new Executive Director of the Upper Colorado River Commission (UCRC) (invited)
Eric Kuhn, retired Colorado River District General Manager, adviser to the UCRC
Andy Mueller, General Manager of the Colorado River District
Brenda Burman, Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (invited)

and more . . .

Click here to view the Twitter fest from last year (#crdseminar).

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