CEMS Fall Conference – Environmental Management of Colorado Water Resources in the Agriculture, Mining, & Recreation Sectors – October 4

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE – Environmental Management of Colorado Water Resources in the Agriculture, Mining, and Recreation Sectors

Thursday, October 4th, 7:30am – 6pm, Bud Light Champions Club at Broncos Stadium at Mile High

CEMS is pleased to announce that Mr. Patrick Davis, Senior Advisor to the Regional Administrator for Public Engagement, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has been confirmed as a Keynote Speaker for the upcoming Fall Conference!

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW: Colorado’s economy depends on our unique position as a headwaters state, which drives growth in water-dependent market sectors such as agriculture, mining, and recreation. Each of these sectors depends on a plentiful supply of good-quality water for beneficial use and growth, and each sector produces used water that must be managed in order not to impact downstream users. With a backdrop of climate change, population growth, and multiple overlapping regulatory programs, environmental professionals are constantly faced with an evolving and challenging environment in which to ensure water resources are managed responsibly. This conference will explore similarities and differences in how these market sectors manage water supply, water use, water treatment, and water disposal.

CEMS has received seven (7) general CLE credits for this Conference

PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS     CEMS 2018 Fall Conference – Print Handout

Keynote Address: An Open Dialogue with Environmental Stakeholders in the Agriculture, Mining,
Oil and Gas, and Outdoor Recreation Sectors
Patrick Davis (EPA)

1 – An Open Dialogue with Environmental Stakeholders

Improving Water Management and Sustainability in the Two Largest Water Supply Sectors in Colorado
Bruce Lytle and Chris Fehn(Lytle Water Solutions, LLC)

2 – Improving Water Management and Sustainability

Water Law 101
Joe Dischinger (Fairfield and Woods, P.C.)

3 – Water Law 101

Groundwater Rights 101
Scott Clark, Esq. (Burns, Figa & Will, P.C.)

4 – Groundwater Rights 101

The Bevill is in the Details: RCRA Regulation of Mining Waste
Dean C. Miller (Davis Graham and Stubbs LLP)

5 – Bevill is in the Details

Water Law Panel Discussion
Panel of Water Attorneys – Joseph B Dischinger (Fairfield and Woods, P.C.), Scott Clark (Burns, Figa & Will, P.C.) and Dean C. Miller (Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP)

An Innovative Partnership to Address Impacts from Colorado Legacy Mining,
The Colorado Mixed-Ownership Abandoned Mine Collaboration
Victor Ketellapper and Skip Feeney (EPA)

7 – Mixed Ownership Abandoned Mine Collaboration Presentation v2

Ouray Silver Mines Environmental Initiatives along Sneffels Creek, Ouray County Colorado
Briana Greer (Solid Solution Geosciences, LLC)

8 – OSMI Environmental Initiatives

Sustainability and Environmentally-Friendly Water Treatment Solutions at the Revenue-Virginius Mine
Katie Schumacher (Geosyntec)

9 – Sustainability and Environmentally-Friendly Water Treatment Solutions

Transmountain Projects
Alix Joseph (Denver Water)

10 – Transmountain Projects

The Future is in the Blocks:  Utilizing Blockchain Technology in Water Resource Management
Rebecca Spence (Blockchain for Sustainable Development)

11 – Furture is in the Blocks

The High Line Canal:  New Life for a Regional Legacy
John Hoesterey (High Line Canal Conservancy) and Shea Thomas (Urban Drainage and Flood Control District)

12 – High Line Canal

Additional Conference information please contact Erik Gessert at 303-454-5277 / erik.gessert@terracon.com

 


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