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Wagers for Watersheds: A Community Happy Hour Event hosted by Water Education Colorado

 Registration is closed for this event

Our watersheds are at risk from drought, urbanization and wildfire, and in some cases, in desperate need of restoration. Will our communities prove resilient in the face of these looming threats? It’s a roll of the dice.

Join Water Education Colorado for an interactive learning experience and presentation focused on the health of our watersheds, our communities and our water. We’ve all seen how crises activate community involvement and inspire powerful collaboration. Don’t miss this exciting happy hour event, and the opportunity to engage with other concerned citizens. Danger can be thrilling. Join us!


Our invite list includes local elected officials, city and county staff, water industry professionals and other leaders active in and around El Paso County. 

 

This event is part of Water Education Colorado's Social Water Series and is brought to you in partnership with Colorado Springs Utilities.

         


When:                  Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
 

Where:                 Ivywild School – Gymnasium (1604 S. Cascade Ave. Colorado Springs)
 

Event Agenda:    Registration for this event includes two free beers donated by Bristol
                             Brewing Company, and heavy appetizers. 

 

5:00                      Check-in
 

5:00 – 5:45           Social Networking       
    

5:45 – 6:15           Wagers for Watersheds Activity- Participants will work together to identify the best solutions for
                             protecting our ecology, our communities and our water supply. 


6:15 – 7:00           Expert Panel Discussion- Our panel experts will review important watershed health projects
                             that are making a significant difference in the Pikes Peak Region. Expert Panel Includes:

 

                                   Oscar Martinez, Pikes Peak District Ranger, U.S. Forest Service

                             
                             Rob Addington, Landscape Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy

                             
                             Eric Howell, Forest Program Manager, Colorado Springs Utilities

                             
                             Jennifer Peterson, Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Field Institute

                             
                             Timothy Biolchini, Stormwater Projects Coordinator, City of Colorado Springs

 

 

              

June 21st, 2018 5:00 PM   through   7:00 PM
1604 S. Cascade Ave
Colorado Springs, 80905
United States
Phone: 303-377-4433
Email:
Registration Fee $ 10.00

  
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Denver, CO 80218
 
303-377-4433