Join us the night of December 2nd for speakers, food and, singer/songwriter Jon Chandler!
Storage is critical is in Colorado. What will future storage projects look like, what have we learned from past projects like NISP, and where does Ag fit into future storage.
Colorado River Compact
Every basin in Colorado uses water from the Colorado River. As the state begins to put together it's plan for Demand Management, how will this impact Ag?
What are the agricultural community's concerns about water quality? What have been irrigators been doing for decades to improve water quality and what opportunities are in the future?
Irrigated ag makes up a significant portion of riparian areas around the state. What is Ag's role in talking about stream and watershed planning?
Colorado's Water Plan puts an emphasis on Alternative Transfer Methods as a means to overcoming the future water gap. What can we learn from successful ATM projects and how they can advance the goals of the ag community?
Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture Kate Greenberg
Justice Gregory Hobbes, Former Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court
Kevin Rein, State Engineer, Department of Water Resources
Jim Lockhead, Denver Water CEO/Manager
James Ecklund, Colorado Interstate Representative on the Colorado River
Russ George, Director of the Interbasin Compact Committee
Dan Gibbs, Executive Director of Colorado Department of Natural Resources
Kate Greenberg, Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture (invited)
Kathleen Curry, Former State Representative and Gunnison County Rancher
Steve Anderson, CWCB Board, Manager of the Uncompahgre Valley Water Users Association
Joe Frank, General Manager of Lower South Platte Water Conservancy District
Mark Harris, Grand Valley Water Users Association
Dale Trowbridge, New Cache La Poudre Irrigating Company
Callie Hendrickson, Executive Director,
White River & Douglas Creek Conservation Districts