Rocky Mountain Water and Wastewater Plant Operators School--Boulder, CO

03/26/2007 8:00 am
03/30/2007 5:00 pm

Intermediate and advanced school. Register online at www.waterwastewater.org


The Colorado River Compact in the 21st Century: Time for Change?--Salt Lake City

03/02/2007 8:00 am
03/03/2007 5:00 pm

The Stegner Centrer for land, resources and the environment 12th annual symposium, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. For more information or to register contact the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.


January 16, 2007--Finding a Balance: Water Rights for Native Americans, Others Uncertain (Free New Mexican)

New Mexico, like other Western states, is grappling with American Indian water rights. Tribes and pueblos have the oldest water rights in the state, older than those of farmers, ranchers and towns. Under New Mexico law, Indian rights to water are supposed to be met before anyone else's.


January 14, 2007--Fight Brewing Over Endangered Fish (Grand Junction Sentinel)

The federal government is spending millions of dollars in Colorado to save endangered fish that, according to one organization, it's allowing to dwindle in the Grand Canyon. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is embarking on a two-year process of putting together an environmental impact statement for a long-term experimental plan for operations of Glen Canyon Dam.


January 18, 2007--Water Conservancy District Gets First OK on Grant Request (Pagosa Springs SUN)

The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) has announced that the Southwest Basins Roundtable members unanimously voted to approve the district's $1 million grant application at a Jan. 10 meeting in Cortez. Of the applications submitted, the SJWCD's was the only one recommended for state consideration at this time.


RO Operation and Maintenance Seminars

02/05/2007 8:00 am
02/06/2007 5:00 pm

A series of six Watertech sponsored RO Operation, Maintenance, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting seminars beginning February 5th and running through September 18th at various locations across the country. For more information or to register visit watertechonline.com.


January 16, 2007--Farmers Seek Well-Water OK (Denver Post)

Some northern Colorado farmers who had their groundwater pumps shut off last summer will try to convince a state panel this week that they're not drawing down the South Platte River.


January 13, 2007--Tamarisk and Water (Cortez Journal)

Tamarisk not only steals water from the system, it has many other detrimental effects. Tamarisk really is the shark of the plant world. It roots deeply, seeds abundantly, provides scarce habitat for wildlife, and encroaches on river and stream channels, causing flow problems. In the 1920's tamarisk covered about 10,000 acreas in the Southwest.


January 16, 2007--Utility Aims to Refill Aquifer (Albuquerque Tribune)

The Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority is trying to recharge the aquifer beneath Albuquerque. A small research project will examine how the area can take advantage of extra water that can be saved for the future. The $985,000 project, will divert water from the Rio Grande into an arroyo, where it will seep into the ground.


January 7, 2007--State Ponders Water Temperature Standards (Pueblo Chieftain)

Water temperature standards in Colorado will be reviewed at a state hearing, capping a three-year effort to revise criteria most say are outdated and unscientific. Two versions of regulations are being proposed, one by the Water Quality Control Division and one by the so-called "Temperature Group," a coalition of municipal and industrial interests.


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