2012 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference
October 9-11, 2012
Westin Riverfront Resort
Thank you from Colorado Watershed Assembly, the Colorado Foundation for Water Education and the Colorado Riparian Association
to those who attended the
7th Annual Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference!
This year's agenda can be viewed here. Presentations can be found below.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for next year's conference, October 8-10, 2013 at the Westin Riverfront Resort!
Tuesday, October 9:
Colorado's Water Education "Infrastucture" Workshop, Nicole Seltzer and Kristin Maharg
Plenary Speaker, Reeves Brown
2012 Reissuance of Section 404 Nationwide Permits: Overview and Application, J. Scott Franklin
Using the Farm Bill to Support a Local Project, Heather Dutton
Combat Communication, Eric Eckl
Wednesday, October 10:
Environmental Literacy in Colorado: What's Next?, Tabbi Kinion
Using Social Media for Social Good, Megan Maiolo- Heath
Taking Your Presentation from Good to Great, Jo Scarbeary
Instream Flow Leasing in 2012, Zach Smith
Upper Colorado River Cooperative Agreement, Chris Tresse
Reconnecting Streams and Floodplains: Approaches and Responses, Dr. Brian Bledsoe
Revisiting Award Winning Stream Reclamation Project, Cherry Creek at 17-Mile House Park, Lanae Raymond, Jim Wulliman and Glenn Hamilton
Engagin the Arkansas Basin in Water Education and Stewardship, Perry Cabot
Stream Stabilization: the "Best(est)" Management Practice?, Ken MacKenzie and Laura Kroeger
A New Water Education Center Springs to Life, Tom Cech and Erika Church
Rushing Rivers, Drew Beckwith
Challenge of Public Outreach on a Complex Ecological Response Model: Turning Details into Soundbites, Jennifer Shanahan
When Waters Get Murky, Esther Vincent
Grand County Stream Management Plan, Peggy Bailey
Channel Stabilization in an Urban Setting: Using the Cherry Creek Parker Jordan Centennial Open Space as a Case Study, Ashley Byerley and Josh Duncan
South Platte River Segment 15 Habitat Improvements, Brian Murphy
Monitoring for Fracking Fluid, Edmee Knight and Jill Brzezicki
Creatively addressing the impacts of oil and gas development in your watershed,Zane Kessler
Coal Basin and the Crystal River Confluence Area Project, Sharon Clarke
Willow Creek Watershed: A Basin for Collaborative Solutions, Guinevere Nelson
Thursday, October 11:
River Cooridor Field Workshop, Eagle River Watershed Council
Non-Point Source Workshop, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)
This annual conference works to expand cooperation and collaboration throughout Colorado in natural resource conservation, protection and enhancement by informing participants about new issues and innovative projects and through invaluable networking! Join us next year to experience this great opportunity!
Thank you to our generous sponsors!