The latest “The Current” newsletter is hot off the presses from the Colorado Water Center

Click here to read the newsletter. Here’s an excerpt:

A Happy Hour for Water: Event for The Water Resources Archive

Competition for urban, agricultural, and ecological water needs create challenges for policy and research. The Colorado State University Water Resources Archive is the go-to source for water references. Learn about the extensive collections from individuals and organizations to jump knowledge gaps and enhance your water work at this week’s event. Enjoy wine and cheese on Thursday, October 17 from 3-5 p.m., in the Morgan Library Event Hall while you mingle with water-related faculty, staff, students, organizations, and centers.

The Water Resources Archive is a collaboration with the Morgan Library Archives & Special Collections and the Colorado Water Center. The Rocky Mountains of Colorado hold the headwaters of four major rivers: the Colorado, Rio Grande, Arkansas, and Platte. Colorado is responsible for sustainably managing our water resources to ensure our arid neighbor states receive their fair share of flowing rivers. Academic research at CSU and across the state and region contribute to reaching our water goals. Discover the resources missing from your research.

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