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Headwaters Summer 2016

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Explore the economics of water. This issue looks at water's role in Colorado's economy; methods and philosophies of pricing water through water markets, rates, and valuation methods; creative funding opportunities to pay for the state's water future; and considerations in pursuing regionalized, multi-partner water projects. Browse articles and find a flipbook of the magazine here 

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NEW Conservation Guide

CFWE's NEW updated Citizen's Guide to Colorado Water Conservation looks at water conservation technologies, incentive programs, regulations and policies in every sector including municipal, commercial and industrial, and agriculture.

A trusted reference for those who need a balanced overview of the opportunities and challenges in Colorado water conservation today. Read more and order yours here

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Connecting the Drops

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Colorado Foundation for Water Education

Water Leaders 2017

Become a Water Leader! Discover your potential and expand your network. The Water Leaders program is recognized as the premier professional development course for the water community in Colorado. Since 2006, the program has provided training in conflict resolution, communication, management, and much more to participants across the state. The program focuses on individual growth. Participants receive extensive training in skills related to navigating conflict and diversity, leading self and others, and effective management and problem-solving tactics. Water Leaders graduates walk away with a better understanding of their strengths, how to use them, how to address challenges, skills to enhance staff and/or teams, and a network of peers to further their career growth. The application period for the 2017 class of Water Leaders is now open! Learn more and apply here.


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Webinar: Paying for What's Ahead

In August 2016 CFWE and CWC partnered to offer a webinar: Paying for Colorado's Water Future. Watch the recording to learn about the challenge and potential for Colorado to find the billions of dollars necessary to fund its water future and pay for what's ahead. With speakers April Montgomery, Ben McConahey, and Eric Hecox.