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Water Center, One Water Solutions Institute join ‘Imagine a Day Without Water’

…(OWSI), which serves as a hub for interdisciplinary water-related laboratories and research centers at CSU, recently joined a nationwide effort focused on the importance of safe, reliable sources of water. Critical role The Water Center and OWSI hosted an interactive activity on the Lory Student Center Plaza on Sept. 15, including a giant white board where passers-by were asked, “Imagine your day without water … what would you miss?” They were…

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Water For People CEO to speak at CSU World Water Day celebration

…ularly benefit from this opportunity by learning firsthand how international water development is advanced through non-governmental organizations,” said Julie Kallenberger, water education and outreach specialist for the CSU Water Center and Colorado Water Institute. The evening event is free and open to the public. A reception with refreshments will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Lory Student Center Theater with Allen’s presentation to follow at…

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Explaining Western water law

…pts necessary to understand water transactions under Colorado water law. Prior to practicing water litigation, Beatie clerked for the Honorable Gregory J. Hobbs of the Colorado Supreme Court. While in law school, she helped create the University of Denver Water Law Review, served as its editor-in-chief, and now sits on the advisory board. She is also a member of the advisory board of Metro State University’s One World One Water Center and the…

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‘Most important water manager in the Western U.S.’ on campus

…ars as the water leader for the Interior Department at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 9 in the Lory Student Center Theater. The evening is sponsored by the Colorado Water Institute, a part of CSU’s Office of Engagement, and the CSU Water Center. Connor, who is a former commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, is a key leader in implementing the Administration’s priorities for the Department of the Interior, including water policy and relations…

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss variety of summer topics

…ooding, Colorado weather, communication and interpretation of weather forecasts Media contact: Anne Manning anne.manning@colostate.edu, 970-491-7099 Drought Reagan Waskom, director of the Colorado Water Institute and the CSU Water Center Drought impacts, water conservation, Colorado water uses and needs, agricultural water use, water quality, Colorado water law, administration and policy, irrigation water optimization in water-limited…

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss Animas River mine spill

…d nutrients. To speak with Cabot, please contact Joanne Littlefield at (970) 491-4640 or joanne.littlefield@colostate.edu. Colorado Water Institute Reagan Waskom, director of the Colorado Water Institute and chair of the CSU Water Center, can talk about water quality, Colorado water law, administration and policy, drought impacts, water conservation, Colorado water uses and needs, and agricultural water use. His broad research interests have…

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Explaining Western water law

Story by Jessica Bennett Learning more about the complexities and inner-workings of Western water law is the purpose behind the 2016 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar series. Topics include the history and evolution of western water law; state compacts and federal water law; hybrid water law systems; water quality law; groundwater law; and environmental law. The seminar series provides attendees the opportunity for in-depth discussion…

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Explaining Western water law

Story by Jessica Bennett Learning more about the complexities and inner-workings of western water law is the purpose behind the 2016 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar series. The series will discuss topics including the history and evolution of western water law; state compacts and federal water law; hybrid water law systems; water quality law; groundwater law; and environmental law. The seminar series will provide attendees the…

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Report shows benefits, risks of stormwater and graywater

…ty of legal, regulatory and climate-related hurdles in doing so, says Colorado State University’s Sybil Sharvelle. Sybil Sharvelle Sharvelle, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and head of CSU’s Urban Water Center, served on a 12-member national committee charged with addressing the benefits and challenges of stormwater and graywater as supplemental water sources, as the nation faces widespread water shortages and…

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Water focus of Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

…ar from rancher Carlyle Currier, owner of Sakata Farms Robert Sakata, and former Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture and farmer John Stulp. Director of the Colorado Water Institute and Chair of the Colorado State University Water Center Reagan Waskom will also speak at the Forum. Breakout sessions “How to maximize the value of your water by enhancing the environmental benefits of irrigation” – Meg White, Paul Kehmeier, Aaron Derwingson, Greg…

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