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Utah Water Watch Citizen Science Water Monitoring Program (Advanced - Tier 2)

9am-3pm

Volunteers will learn about the Escalante River watershed and good stewardship practices while collecting data to be uploaded to public accessible databases and shared with local water managers. Training includes classroom training and hands-on field training at the Headwaters Demo Site on the Escalante River. Volunteers will be supplied with the training and tools to monitor an assigned site along the Escalante River on a monthly basis over a seven month period from April to October 2018.

Sign up by October 13th.

Utah Water Watch Citizen Science Water Monitoring program (Beginner - Tier 1)

2pm-6pm

Volunteers will learn about the Escalante River watershed and good stewardship practices while collecting data to be uploaded to public accessible databases and shared with local water managers. 

Training includes classroom training and hands-on field training at the Headwaters Demo Site on the Escalante River. Volunteers will be supplied with the training and tools to monitor an assigned site along the Escalante River on a monthly basis over a seven-month period from April to October 2018.

Sign up by October 13th.

Fall Arizona Riparian Council Campout

 Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8 at the Bonita Creek campground ~ 20 miles northeast of Safford.  Bonita Creek is a tributary of the lower Gila River Box.
 

Southeastern Utah Water Workshop

This workshop will provide key information and resources in water-related issues of local and regional interest centered around Southeastern Utah and the Colorado River Basin. Municipal and agricultural water users are encouraged to join. Topics include the Colorado River Compact, innovative irrigation practices, endangered species, greywater policy, and more. Coordinated by The Nature Conservancy Moab, Utah Division of Water Rights, and Utah State University Extension Sustainability, and the Hutchins Water Center at Colorado Mesa University. 

TAP-IN: Play & Protect

Join TAP-IN at their upcoming west slope water forum.  TAP-IN is a reverse pitch event where water users pitch their specific water challenges to the community, equipping them with valuable insight into real needs, while revealing potential open markets prime for entrepreneurial solutions. The mission of TAP-IN is to provide the platform for Coloradans to “tap in” to the creative current that flows throughout our state to solve our greatest water challenges. 

The Economics of our Water

The Economics of our Water:

A Colorado River Business Tour

Learn how the Grand Valley’s economy depends on our rivers for its growth and vitality.

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Riparian Restoration Conference

 
Join Tamarisk Coalition and the Water Center at Colorado Mesa University for the 16th annual Riparian Restoration Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado, a premier destination on Colorado’s Western Slope.  

Register Here.

Kansas Riparian & Range Restoration Workshop

This meeting, sponsored by Comanche Pool, will have presentations and discussion on invasive plants, revegetation, tamarisk control after fire, funding, biocontrol, and innovative restoration tools. Includes provided materials and landowner registration/lunch courtesy of KGLC and DOW!
 
Agency staff registration — $10
 
Contact Ben Bloodworth at bbloodworth@tamariskcoalition.org for more information.
 

Oklahoma Riparian & Range Restoration Workshop

Presentations on invasive plant removal and revegetation techniques, restoration after fire, funding, tamarisk beetle impacts, and innovative restoration tools.
 
Cost: $15 includes a site visit to Optima NWR for equipment demo, a plethora of provided materials, snacks, beverages, and day 1 lunch (provided by NWTF)!  
 
Contact Ben Bloodworth at bbloodworth@tamariskcoalition.org for more information.  

Upper Rio Grande Adaptation Forum Workshop

One of the major challenges of adapting to a rapidly changing landscape is translating broad concepts into specific, tangible actions. Vulnerability assessments are a key step toward identifying effective management strategies and prioritizing specific management actions to conserve and restore natural resources.
 

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Monday, December 19, 2016

Organizer: Southern Rockies and Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, Conservation Science Partners, and the Northern Arizona University Landscape Conservation Initiative

Online
The Southern Rockies and Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, Conservation Science Partners, and the Northern Arizona University Landscape Conservation Initiative are pleased to...
Sunday, January 29, 2017

Organizer: Colorado Native Plant Society

Colorado Natural Heritage Program Office, CSU
252 General Services Building, 1201 S. Mason Street
Fort Collins, CO

CoNPS Workshop:  ldentifying and Keying Out Colorado’s Wetland Plants 

Instructor:  Denise R. Culver, Botanist & Ecologist, Colorado Natural Heritage Program (CNHP), Colorado State...

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Organizer: ESRI

Online

You don’t have to be a software developer to build valuable geo-enabled apps that make your communities smarter and businesses more successful. This course will show you how to combine location...

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Organizer: Colorado State University Extension, Colorado State Forest Service

The Colorado State Forest Service and Colorado State University Extension, invite community members, landowners, natural resource and renewable energy professionals and rural community members and...
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Organizer: Colorado State University Extension

Two Rivers Convention Center
Grand Junction, CO
Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Organizer: Colorado Watershed Assembly

La Junta, CO

Arkansas Valley producers are invited to attend a workshop that will highlight best management practices to improve water quality in the lower Arkansas River.

Concentrations of selenium and...

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Organizer: USDA

Online

Plants are of central importance to natural resource conservation. Thus, the ability to identify species or species groups is an essential skill for USDA NRCS field staffs. The goal of this...

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Organizer: Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative

Webinar

The United States and Mexico have engaged in restoration of the Colorado River Delta under Minute 319, a binational agreement on Colorado River management.  Under this agreement, environmental...

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Organizer: Colorado State University Extension

Online
In this one hour webinar. native plants that are suitable for many situations in your landscape will be discussed -- such as for sunny areas, for clay, for shade, for formal situations, for fragrance...
Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Organizer: Cross-Watershed Network, Gila Watershed Partnership

Eastern Arizona College - Discovery Park Campus
Safford, AZ
Exchange lessons with your peers on a variety of technical and programmatic watershed management topics such as revegetation techniques and strategies, partnership-building through community...
Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Organizer: USDA NRCS Science and Technology

Webinar
Participate to learn how beaver-assisted restoration techniques can be applied as a low cost alternative for restoring riparian areas.
 
Stream and riparian area degradation is widespread across the...
Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Organizer: NRCS Los Lunas Plant Materials Center

NRCS Los Lunas Plant Materials Center
Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Organizer: Tamarisk Coalition

Trinidad State Junior College (Field Session in the Afternoon)
Trinidad, CO
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Time: 8:30am-4:30pm
 
Cost: $20/per person (registration fee covers materials provided at...

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