Middle Colorado Communities Cross-Visit Watershed Event
Jun
21
10:00 AM10:00

Middle Colorado Communities Cross-Visit Watershed Event

Join the Middle Colorado Watershed Council on a Cross-Watershed Network Event. On June 21st, we will hop on a bus and tour riverfront site projects along the Colorado River from Glenwood Springs to De Beque with local officials, river restoration professionals, and you! Registration is open on a first-come, first-serve basis and it does have a maximum number capped. Throughout the day, we'll visit potential restoration sites, fostering visions for projects throughout the watershed. In between stops, leaders of local and regional organizations will speak on a variety of topics that are important in our water world. Registration is $15, which provides lunch and transportation in between field sites.

To register, and for the full description of information regarding where to meet and the agenda for the event: https://tamariskcoalition.z2systems.com/np/clients/tamariskcoalition/event.jsp?event=616&

 

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RiverFEST 2018
Aug
4
9:00 AM09:00

RiverFEST 2018

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council is once again sponsoring the 2018 Glenwood Springs RiverFEST! As we get closer to the date, we will be forming a team to join under the MCWC banner to cleanup the river. Save the date!

 

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2018 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference
Oct
9
to Oct 11

2018 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

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"This highly popular event expands cooperation and collaboration throughout our state for natural resource conservation, protection, and enhancement by informing citizen groups, agencies, consultants, and legislators about current issues and through networking opportunities.

In 2018, our conference will focus on The Color of Water: Exploring the Spectrum. Our theme this year intends to tap into the creativity of our community and investigate how diverse watershed interests interact. Water touches us all from forests to farms. We’ve branched out this year to delve into water for environment, agriculture, recreation, mining, energy, forest health, city water, rural water, source water, recycled and reuse water."

 

http://www.coloradowater.org/scw-conference-2018

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Middle Colorado State of the River Annual Meeting
May
15
5:30 PM17:30

Middle Colorado State of the River Annual Meeting

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council and the Colorado River Water Conservation District are hosting the Middle Colorado State of the River, a free annual public informational meeting. Come and learn about the state of your river and ongoing projects and initiatives to increase its health and the awareness of its importance at this public informational event. Hosted at the Ute Theater in Rifle, it is free to attend, with refreshments served at 5:30PM and the presentations starting at 6PM, running until 8PM. If you cannot make it out to the Ute, the event will be live-streamed on our Facebook page!

 

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Free Movie Screening - The Great Divide
May
8
6:30 PM18:30

Free Movie Screening - The Great Divide

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council is hosting a free screening of the movie The Great Divide. Join us at 6:30PM at the Rifle Public Library on Tuesday, May 8th!

While the library closes at 6:00PM, doors will be open for the event from 6:00PM to 6:30PM. However, it is completely fine if you cannot make it to the film on time; a phone number will be posted on the front door of the library for you to call so that we can come down and let you in!

Tens of millions of people, billions of dollars of agricultural production, and an enormous amount of economic activity across a vast swath of America from California to the Mississippi River are all dependent on rivers born in the mountains of Colorado.  In a time of mounting demand and limited supply, the need for all citizens to better understand and participate in decisions affecting this critical resource is paramount.
The Great Divide, a feature length documentary film from the Emmy award winning team of Havey Productions, in association with Colorado Humanities, illustrates the timeless influence of water in both connecting and dividing an arid state and region. From Ancient Puebloan cultures and the gold rush origins of Colorado water law to agriculture, dams, diversions and conservation; the film reveals today’s critical need to cross “the great divide,” replacing conflict with cooperation.
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