2014 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference
Come Hell or High Water!
October 7-9, 2014
Thank you to everyone who attended the 9th Annual Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference: Come Hell or High Water! hosted by the Colorado Watershed Assembly, the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, and the Colorado Riparian Association.
To see 2014's packet with agenda, speaker bios, and abstracts, click here.
Tuesday, October 7 Presentations
Plenary 1: Flood Recovery from Agency Perspectives & Lessons Learned
Overview and Introductions: Kevin Houck, CWCB
Plenary 2: Trends in Water Policy
What is the Legislature's Role in Crafting State Water Policy? State Representative Diane Mitsch-Bush
Wednesday, October 8 Presentations
8:30 to 10:00 am Sessions
Watershed Coalition Strategies for Flood Recovery
10:30am to 12:00pm Session
Flood Recovery Priority Projects
Wildfire & Community
1:30 to 3:00pm Session
Resiliency: What does this really mean?
Collaborative Water Management
Regulation 85 Year 1: Monitoring and Data Lessons Learned - Linda Chynoweth, City of Aurora & Phil Russell, City of Englewood
Open Source Technology for Web Based Data Analysis and Information Management -Kelly Close & John Rodgers, Leonard Rice Engineers
Healthy Rivers and Flow Needs Assessments, Methods, Tools, and Applications - Meg White, The Nature Conservancy
Stream Corridor Case Studies
Impacts in the 21st Century
Thursday, October 9 Presentations