Water Connections: The Value of Water

Tuesday, September 13th from 5:00-8:00pm – Fort Lewis College Ballroom

Hosted by Southwestern Water Conservation District, Four Corners Water Center at Fort Lewis College, and SGM, the third annual Water Connections will explore the value of water with a panel discussion prompted by Christi Bode Skeie’s recent PBS documentary, “Farm to Faucet.” Register now for the reception, film screening, and panel discussion.

Did you miss “Water Connections,” hosted by the Southwestern Water Conservation District and Four Corners Water Center at Fort Lewis College?

Not to worry! Click here to watch the recording of the event which focused on forest health management and other water management adaptation strategies. More details about the event are available here.

More than 100 people signed on for “Water Connections: SW’s Virtual Water Cooler,” a virtual event hosted by the Southwestern Water Conservation District and Four Corners Water Center at Fort Lewis College. This opportunity for engagement and learning focused on COVID-19 impacts to the state budget and agricultural industry, water year 2020 hydrology and drought experiences, and the future of the Colorado River basin.

Throughout the event, useful links, contact information, and speaker bios were shared in the chat. Those resources have been organized in the following document:
Water Connections Chat Links, Contact Info, Bios.

If you missed the event, please see the full recording provided below.