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Join farmers, ranchers, and water managers around the state to discuss water issues impacting the agricultural community


The Colorado River: Building a Statewide Ag Response


Is WOTUS Dead?


Drought Resilience Projects Around the State


Taking Advantage of Federal Funding and Investing in Irrigation Infrastructure for The Future


Colorado State University TAPS (Testing Ag Performance Solutions): Lessons from Year One


Understanding Recent and Future Challenges to the Prior Appropriation System

McKee Hall
5280 Arena Cir, Loveland, CO 80538


Pre-conference Event!

This half-day workshop will focus on the hydrology of the South Platte, include presentations from farmers who have been implementing improvements on their own operations, and discussion among participants.

Space is limited and this event is only available to irrigators.


The Workshop Will Include:

What is the Master Irrigator Program?

Hydrology and the South Platte River Compact - Speaker TBD

Farming with Water Allocations and Making It Work - Gerald and Tim Franklin, Producers, Goodland, KS

Sensors and Othe
r Options to Drive Return on Investment -Roric Paulman, Producer, Sutherland NE

Discussion on "What are practices you have experimented with in the past or now?"

Opportunities to Implement New Practices On Your Farm

Food will be prodivded during the workshop

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