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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.
Register now at the discounted rate of $30, lunch buffet included. Early registration ends at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 11th after which time the cost is $35 at the door.
No cost to students unless partaking of lunch, which is $10.
For information, call Meredith at 970-945-8522 or email email@example.com.
David Bernhardt, Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior
John Entsminger, General Manager, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Amy Haas, the new Executive Director of the Upper Colorado River Commission (invited)
Andy Mueller, General Manager of the Colorado River District
Eric Kuhn, Author, retired Colorado River District General Manager, adviser to the Upper Colorado River Commission
Eric Millis, Director, Utah Division of Water Resources and Commissioner to the Upper Colorado River Commission and Chair of the Colorado Basin Salinity Control Commission
Uwe H. Martin, photographer and producer, Bombay Flying Club, Germany
Coyote Gulch plans to be front and center live-Tweeting from the seminar.