Boulder Rights of Nature Water Forum Saturday, June 7th

Boulder Rights of Nature

Boulder Rights of Nature

Establishing legal rights for naturally functioning ecosystems and native species

“WATER RIGHTS & NATURE: Exploring Water Use, Local Water Threats and Ecosystem Conservation for Preserving Water Supply”

FREE Event  Saturday June 7, 2014
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where:  Unity Church of Boulder
Valmont Road & Folsom Street
Boulder, CO 80304

Event Speakers:

  • Jo Evans on Colorado Water Law
  • Allison Holloran on Threats and Conservation of Ecosystems
  • Gross Reservoir Dam panel: Water implications and FINAL day for Public Comments
  • Steve Grace book signing for  “Dam Nation”
  • Phil Doe and Wes Wilson on Fracking Hazards on Water and Ecological Destruction
  • Amy Burke on the new Colorado Water Plan and Important Citizen Input
  • Libby Comeaux on Earth Jurisprudence, Community Rights and Water Discernment
  • Dale Ball on Food and Dietary choices affecting your Water Footprint

This Water Forum addresses current regional water issues that threaten or negatively impact the health and presence of local water resources, and especially the ecosystems that provide that water.

Possible solutions and choices are presented as we reflect on what we can do as a community to assure the purity of the regional water supply, by respecting and protecting the viability of the natural ecosystems that provide the water upon which all life depends. The Rights of Nature approach is one effective way to prevent degradation, abuse and misuse of water.

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