Colorado water issues on table at Confluence conference
LOVELAND — Water issues affecting the economy of Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley will be discussed at the annual Confluence: Colorado Water Summit July 21.
The conference, a BizWest event, will run from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites hotel, 4705 Clydesdale Parkway in Loveland.
Tickets for the event still are available at the event website. General admission price is $43.49. Tickets bought in quantities of five or more are priced at $39.49.
Topics will include:
Water law — A look at legislation, regulations, court cases of note affecting water availability. The Colorado River Compact, now 100 years old, will be included in the discussion.
Regional collaboration — A review of solutions that can be put in place to protect the economic future of the region.
Case studies — A look at innovative methods already in use to supply and reuse water.
Water resilience — A discussion about how to protect clean water when watersheds are threatened by wildfire and other disasters.
The nexus of water and the economy — A look at what happens when growth happens faster than water suppliers can support, something occurring now in Northern Colorado.
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