The Colorado Water Center (CoWC) brings together the work of the Colorado Water Institute and the CSU Water Center. The CoWC serves to lead interdisciplinary research, education, and engagement to address today’s most pressing water issues in Colorado and beyond, and connect diverse water stakeholders to resources and expertise.

The Center is a division under CSU’s Office of Engagement, and supported by CSU Extension, CSU’s Office of the Provost, Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station and the U.S. Geological Survey.

EARTH WEEK AT COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

April 16-26, 2019 | CSU, Fort Collins, CO

Earth Week is CSU’s chance to highlight some of the ways we are committed to sustainability every week of the year. Come celebrate all things green every day April 16-26, 2019, and check out the University-wide events calendar for more fun every day. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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RESCHEDULED: WATER IN THE WEST SYMPOSIUM

November 6-7, 2019 | Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center, Aurora, CO

Due to inclement weather & flight cancellations of speakers & guests, the 2019 Water in the West Symposium has been rescheduled for November 6-7, 2019. All registrations will be transferred to the new dates, and registration is currently open. Click here for more information and direct questions to waterinthewest@colostate.edu.

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PARTICIPATE IN THE 6TH ANNUAL
HACH WALK FOR WATER!

May 11, 2019 | Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

Every day, millions of women and children in developing countries walk nearly 4 miles to retrieve water for their family’s daily needs. The Walk will simulate this trek to raise awareness of the global water crisis here in our community. Read more how you can become involved here.

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NEW COLORADO WATER NEWSLETTER NOW AVAILABLE!

The new January/February 2019 issue of the Colorado Water newsletter is now available! This issue addresses the topic of environmental
justice, specifically focusing on its intersection with water.

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