Trainings and Workshops Early November

 Jefferson County Stream. Winter stream near Tarryall Reservoir in Jefferson, CO. Division of Wildlife. David Hannigan. Photo taken 4/25/2009.

Jefferson County Stream. Winter stream near Tarryall Reservoir in Jefferson, CO. Division of Wildlife. David Hannigan. Photo taken 4/25/2009.

 

NOVEMBER 6th, 2017: Colorado Foundation for Water Education is hosting a workshop in Colorado Springs, CO, 2017 Considerations in Implementing Regional Water Solutions. As Colorado’s urban areas grow, we must consider leveraging resources, infrastructure, water supply and facilities to secure general well-being and a healthy economy. This informative, day-long workshop provides a forum for planning and discussion around the best approaches for regional water solutions. It includes a close examination of the tradeoffs, hurdles, and opportunities for success. For more information and to register, click HERE.

NOVEMBER 6th, 2017: Community Workshop 6pm-7:30pm at Steamboat Springs Community Center, Community Room West, 1605 Lincoln Ave. Workshop includes short workshop followed by participant discussion and input. For more information contact Kelly Romero-Heaney, Water Resources Manager, at: kromeroheaney@steamboatsprings.net.

NOVEMBER 8th, 2017: Stewardship Agreement Training Session #1: "Developing and Using Stewardship Agreements" During this session, Forest Service staff with Stewardship Agreement experience will provide insights into developing and using these agreements to attain land management and restoration goals. The target audience for this session is district-level foresters and wildlife biologists. For more information and to register, click HERE.

The Center for Watershed Protection's 2017 Webcast Series is open. Register and join them via Adobe Connect for the following session: 

November 15th, 2017, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST, Webcast 6: Modeling for Water Quality Register for this webcast

NOVEMBER 16th, 2017: Stewardship Agreement Training Session #2: "Successful Use of Stewardship Agreements" During this session, Forest Service staff will present Stewardship Agreement case studies where partners were successfully engaged and where the benefits of using these agreements were tangible. The target audience for this session is district-level foresters and wildlife biologists. For more information and to register, click HERE

SPRING 2018: For the first time One World One Water Center will offer a Water Studies Online Certificate through Metropolitan State University of Denver! Participants are required to complete four courses: Water Law, U.S. Water Concerns, Colorado Water and the American West and a final capstone project. For more information and to register: click here.