The Water Information Program’s 12th Annual Water 101 – 201 Seminar took place in Nucla, Colorado on September 18 – 19, 2018, and was attended by over 50 people. Highlighted topics included Colorado water history and water law, water-related agencies and organizations, drought contingency and stream management planning, law enforcement, history and administration of the San Miguel River and history of the the Colorado Cooperative Ditch Company, among other related topics.
Below are the presentations given at the 2018 seminar. For full program agenda click here.
Day 1 – Water 101
Colorado Water History & Law
Justice Greg Hobbs
State Water Agencies Perspectives
Mark Ragsdale – Colorado Division of Water Resources (History and Administration of the San Miguel)
Dave Kanzer – Colorado River District
Colorado Ag Water Alliance
Greg Peterson – Stream Management and Stream Restoration
Colorado Cooperative Ditch Company
Aimee Tooker – History of the Colorado Ditch Company
Day 2 – Water 201
Water Compacts and Water Court Process
Greg Hobbs – River Compacts
Bob Hurford – Colorado Division of Water Resources & Carrie Padgett – Harris Water Engineering