Water an important topic in CMU’s Water Course series

Colorado lives on a complex system of water law called the doctrine of prior appropriation, a complex topic that is enough to make eyes mist over. A series of eye-clearing seminars on water management is set for February at the Water Center at CMU.



Drought and water have been in the news about as long as news has been reported, but few people understand how water in the West really is managed.

The 2013 Water Course from the Water Center at Colorado Mesa University is a three-seminar series on water management, a short-enough course offering deep insights into water law and current water policies.

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hobbs heads a list of water experts, all of whom know how to make water law interesting.

That alone is worth the price of admission.

IF YOU GO:

WHAT: The 2013 Water Course presented by the Water Center at CMU

WHERE: The CMU University Center Ballroom

WHEN: Seminars are 6-9 p.m. on Feb. 11, 18 and 25.

HOW: Cost is $45 for all three or $20 each. Information: 970-248-1968 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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