Water Information Program is putting on their annual Water 101 & 201 Seminars; September 18th-19th, 2018. Please join them for this very informative and educational annual Water 101 and 201 Seminar, taking place this year at the First Park Community Center in Nucla, CO. Topics include Colorado water law, drought contingency planning, stream management planning, state and local water agency perspectives, water rights, administration, and development. The Water 201 will review more advanced water concepts, issues, and topics. This event is open to everyone. For full event information, click HERE.
Join Water Education Colorado on September 18 for a 5th anniversary, full-day tour of the 2013 flood-affected zone along the Front Range (to begin and end in Loveland). Jump on the bus with lawmakers, water managers, attorneys, engineers and members of the public to get an up-close look at various recovery projects. Participants will learn about the initial actions that were taken to protect lives and property as well as the subsequent projects that were undertaken to recover and build resilience. Seats are limited, so reserve your spot today!
RiversEdge West is putting on a River Management Workshop - September 20th, 2018. This is a workshop for White River riparian landowners and managers to learn about resources for river and riparian restoration: from invasive vegetation control to grazing management to NRCS and state funding opportunities. For more information, including pricing and registration, click HERE.
Shadowcliff and the International Society for Sustainability Professionals is putting on Beyond Sustainability: A Workshop for Professionals - September 23rd - 27th, 2018. If your day to day work involves a focus on sustainability then this workshop is right for you. Come and experience new tools to elevate your work, the power of sharing a common experience with colleagues, an experienced and engaging faculty, and the reinvigorating connection to the very heart of why you do the work you do. For more information, including schedules and registration, click HERE.
Water Education Colorado presents Rethinking the Big Picture: Building Relationships into Program Design and Evaluation - October 9th, 2018. This workshop will benefit anyone who delivers projects or programs. The lessons learned can be applied at various scales - from short-term projects to organizational program management. Additionally, these skills are useful for various sectors, including municipalities, nonprofits, watershed coalitions, consultants and businesses. For all the details, including registration, click HERE.
The Center for Watershed Protection presents Watershed and Stormwater Webcast Series:
Innovations in Stream Restoration Design and Construction- October 10, 2018, 1-2:30 PM ES
It Ain’t Easy Getting Green: Incentivizing Watershed Programs- November 14, 2018, 1-2:30 PM EST
Find pricing information and registration HERE.
American Stormwater Institute is putting on the Denver Qualified Stormwater Inspector Training - October 29th-30th, 2018. In this two-day course they will cover all the topics to ensure that you meet the regulatory requirement to conduct Stormwater Inspections. They will review the requirements of your state MS4, Construction, and Industrial General Permits; they will discuss what it takes for you to be in compliance with the permits; they will discuss inspection techniques that will help you better evaluate whether or not other permittees are in compliance with their permits – and how that influences your permit compliance. All the details and registration can be found HERE.