11th Annual Water 101 & 201 Workshop

11th Annual Water 101 & 201 Workshop Coming to Pagosa Springs, October 5 & 6, 2017. Registration Now Open!
 

                                     Sponsored by the Water Information Program

                                                                         

Please join us for this very informative Annual Water 101 Seminar and 201 Session.

Topics include Colorado water law, Colorado water plan implementation, State and local water agencies perspectives, water rights, administration, and development. We are pleased to offer the second annual Water 201 session to introduce and discuss more advanced water concepts, issues, and topics. Agendas will be available soon.
 
Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs (retired) will once again be the keynote speaker. There will be presenters from Federal Water Agencies, State Water Agencies and local perspectives.

The workshop qualifies continuing education credits (CEC) for lawyers, as well as CEC's for realtors, TU's for water utility personnel, and contact hours for teachers. Open to everyone!
 
Continuing Eduction Hours for Realtors are as follows: 
Water 101 - 7 Continuing Education Hours
Water 201 - 4 Continuing Education Hours
 
Continuing Education Hours for Lawyers will be posted soon: 
 
When
Water 101—October 5th, 2017 (8:30 am to 5:00 pm)
Water 201—October 6th, 2017 (8:30 am to 12:00 pm)
 
Where
Pagosa Springs Community Center, 451 Hot Springs Blvd, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
 
Cost

 Water 101--$40 before September 22nd or $45 after & at the door

Water 201--$30 before September 22nd or $35 after & at the door

Both Sessions--$60 before September 22nd or $65 after & at the door

Continuing Educational Credit (CEU) - $10.00
 
You must attend the full session you registered for in order to qualify for CEU credits.
*Limited seating – book early!
 
Both sessions include snack and an information packet; Water 101 session includes lunch.
 

For more information or to register go to: https://swwcd.org/event/water-101-201-seminar/, or contact the Water Information Program at (970) 247-1302 or 970-759-8818, or www.waterinfo.org.