GRAD592 – Fall Water Resources Seminar   

GRAD 592 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar

Sept 8 Scott Denning

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For more information about the seminar series click here.

Requesting Poudre River Information   

Requesting information related to Poudre River

The Colorado Conservation Exchange is conducting a survey of organizations, activities, and information related to the Poudre River that will eventually be referenced on the Poudre River Wiki and The Poudre Runs Through It, a group seeking to make the Poudre River "the world's best example of a healthy, working river." The information gathered will be consolidated into a public working document and will be shared online to help facilitate collaboration and benefit future management activities and information gathering in both the Poudre and the Big Thompson watersheds. To access the survey click here.

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Join the Water Educator Network   

Join the Colorado Foundation for Water Education's Water Educator Network

This network seeks to improve understanding of Colorado water issues by increasing the amount, quality, and effectiveness of water education. Local water educators will be provided with tools, trainings, and collaborations that are relevant to their work, easily accessible, and simple to implement.

For more information, click here. To join the network, click here.

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Colloquium - Visions of Future Earth   

The International Colloquium on Global Environmental Sustainability “Visions of Future Earth: Linking Society, Economics, and the Environment” will be held on the CSU campus October 6-8. The colloquium will feature sessions on climate, natural resources, population, economics, agriculture, and more. As part of the colloquium, faculty and staff with the Confucius Institute, NREL and the CSU Water Center have organized a session titled “Forging a Vision for a Sustainable Water Future” which will be held on Monday, October 6 from 2:00-4:00 in LSC 382. Panel speakers include Ben Grumbles, President of the U.S. Water Alliance, Jianjun Zhou, Professor at Tsinghua University, and Stephanie Kampf, Associate Professor with CSU’s Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability. The session will address the challenges related to water resources and innovative solutions that are helping as we strive for sustainable water supplies, watersheds, and aquatic ecosystems.

All sessions are free and open to the CSU community and the public.

Colloquium schedule here. Sustainable Water session info and flyer.

Upcoming Events   

Water Data Meeting

September 30, 2014 | 3:00-4:00 pm | Morgan Library Event Hall

The CSU Libraries and Water Archives invite you to join them and learn about the Water Archives and data management resources available to faculty, staff, and students. Shea Swauger, Data Management Librarian, will discuss how the library can assist you with data management planning, data citations, metadata, open access, and digital preservation during and after your research projects, and Patty Rettig will present on resources available through the Water Archives.

2014 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

October 7-9, 2014 | Avon, CO

This year's conference, Come Hell or High Water!, will explore the spirit of community resiliency in the wake of the 2013 floods, wildfires, and other risks to our watersheds. For more information, click here.

The CSU Water Center catalyzes excellence in water research, teaching, and engagement by fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and creative scholarship.