Headwaters Winter 2015
Read about Colorado's Water Plan through the latest issue of Headwaters. See why we need it now, what it took to get the first draft of a state roadmap for water to the governor and assess your water future. Find articles and a flipbook of the magazine here.
A professional development course to help you understand water and lead with confidence
Care about Colorado's future? Then you should know about water! Increase your water fluency so you can better analyze water's influence on the issues you deal with everyday. Click here to learn more.
UPDATED Law Guide
PRE-ORDERS now available! CFWE's ever-popular Citizen's Guide to Colorado Water Law has been updated and will be available in Spring 2015. The new 4th edition of this valuable desk reference explores the basics of Colorado water law, how it has developed over time, and how it is applied today. Place your bulk pre-orders for a discounted rate of $175 per 25 copies (plus applicable tax and shipping). Email this form to email@example.com or call 303-377-4433 to place your bulk order. You can also pre-order individual copies for $10 each.
Connecting the Drops: On Air
Now bringing you the reporting you crave over the radio airways with extras and archives on our website. Visit the audio archives or listen to the latest episode about drinking water quality on Colorado's Eastern Plains:
Colorado Foundation for Water Education
The University of Denver Water Law Review Symposium will honor Justice Gregory Hobbs, Jr.'s contributions to Colorado water law on April 10. Hear from Professor Patty Limerick, a panel of Justice Hobbs' former clerks and more. Justice Hobbs serves as vice president of the CFWE Board and is chair of our publications committee. Learn more about the symposium here.
SAVE THE DATE June 11-12, 2015
|Join our annual summer tour-- this time exploring water efficiency. We'll gain an appreciation and understanding of the extent of water conservation and reuse along Colorado's Front Range.|
Tour with a diverse group of decision makers, interested citizens, water professionals and others to hear from experts at exclusive sites to understand the importance of partnerships and collaborations as well as the complex relationship between urban water on regional systems of water storage, delivery and use, including the value and tradeoffs of increasing water efficiency.
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Water Educator Network
We're increasing the amount, quality and effectiveness of water education. Local water educators will thrive with tools, trainings and collaborations that are relevant, accessible and simple to implement. Learn about the Network here.
Colorado's Water Plan
Colorado has arrived at an unprecedented point in water history, one where dialogue and consensus among water leaders is leading to a comprehensive plan to address our state's water challenges. CFWE is proud to support understanding of Colorado's Water Plan and the Basin Implementation Plans. Learn about CFWE's involvement here.
Learn more about what's going on with Colorado's Water Plan and join the discussion. Visit www.coloradowaterplan.com
Your Water Colorado Blog
It’s one of the most common questions and concerns we hear from Coloradans interested in water “Why can’t we capture...
By Samantha Wright For 21 years, an unlikely alliance of mining companies, environmental organizations, landowners, local governmental entities, and state...
Originally posted on Coyote Gulch:Statewide annual average temperature 1900-1912 via Western Water Assessment Over the past year two reports about...
CFWE Has Moved!
Please update your records and come visit us.
CFWE's new address is:
1750 Humboldt St. #200
Denver, CO 80218
All phone numbers remain the same.