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february, 2022

tue08feb5:00 pm6:00 pmConservation: Healthy Freshwater Ecosystems for Birds and PeopleLearn about and engage in collaborative water solutions for the environment and people by using science to guide policy and on-the-ground bird conservation efforts.5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Online WebinarEvent Type :WorkshopAdmission:Paid

Colorado River Headwaters Kremmling - Abby Burk

Time

(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location

Online Webinar

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Event Details

Conservation in Colorado Lecture Series. Registration closes 2 p.m., February 8. The price is $5 per computer.

Water connects us all. Clean and reliable water supplies are essential to our 400+ species of birds and way of life in Colorado. All of us depend on healthy flowing rivers: agricultural producers, cities and towns, businesses, recreation, and the environment. Join the water discussion and find out why 2022 is a big year for Colorado water. Amid the update of the Colorado Water Plan, the beginning of the renegotiation around the Colorado River, drought, and wildfire resilience and recovery, one thing is clear: we all play a role in sustaining Colorado’s water future.

Join Abby Burk, western rivers regional program manager for Audubon Rockies, for an engaging presentation on freshwater ecosystems, current issues in Colorado water, and what all of this means for birds and people.

An email with meeting details will be sent prior to the event. Please add suzy@denveraudubon.org to your contacts to ensure delivery. If you don't see the email within 45 minutes prior to program start time, check your Junk/Spam folders, then contact Suzy at 303-949-3077.

Photo credit: Abby Burk.

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