Cultivating Connections for a Healthy, Working River
The Third Annual Poudre River Forum "Cultivating Connections for a Healthy, Working River" -- will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland. The event is sponsored by the Poudre Runs Through It Study/Action Work Group.
Colorado Corn Communications Director Eric Brown says this year's forum has a special focus on agriculture.
Brown: "They bring all sides together whether it is agriculture, municipal, various industries. They are on a quest to make the Poudre the world's best example of a healthy, working river. Meeting the agricultural, industrial and drinking water needs while also maintaining the environment around it. Just a group that really brings all sides together. This year, this Poudre River Forum on Feb. 5th is going to be more ag focused."
Brown encourages ag producers to attend this event.
Brown: "In the morning it some folks that are boots on the ground type of people and then in the afternoon more bigger picture — how do we get everybody moving in one direction aspect. I think it is going to be a great conversation all the way around. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. all day thing that will focus on water particularly in Larmire and Weld County."
If you are interested in attending you must register ahead of time — event coordinators are encourage folks to sign up today, but you have until Friday, the 29th to register.
Registration is $50 and includes lunch. Scholarships for students and reduced rates are available. The deadline to register is Monday, January 25 at http://cwi.colostate.edu/ThePoudreRunsThroughIt/forum_2016.shtml