One World One Water Events
The following are some events you may be interested in. For the most up to date event announcements, follow the One World One Water Center on Facebook and Twitter.
2014 Instagram Photo Contest
September 17-November 14
24 Hours a Day!
OWOW would like to connect with your creative side. Find us on Instagram: @oneworldonewater. Next, post your photo with #ispyowow! It's that simple and fun! First, Second, and Third place prizes will be awarded.
Prizes will be:
1st Place: Camelbak hydration pack
2nd Place: Vapur MicroFilter
3rd Place: Choice of Kind Design Hat or Smith Scope Snow Goggles.
1) Photo needs to be water related.
2) Including OWOW swag in the photo is encouraged.
3) Must follow Instagram guidelines.
4) BE CREATIVE!!!
Winners will be determined by the number of "Likes" on Instargram by November 20 at 5pm!
September 17 & 18, 2014
Join OWOW at the festivities of Fall Fest on the Auraria Campus. Revel in the Auraria community and celebrate all aspects of student life. Food, crafts, music and art combine to make this one of the most popular events on campus.
Colorado Student Water Field Conference
Colorado River in Grand Valley
September 26-28, 2014
All spots have been filled! Please check back for information on next year's trip!
The Water Center at Colorado Mesa University invites water faculty and students to attend the first annual Colorado Student Water Field Conference. The goal of the conference is to introduce and engage students of Colorado water in water science, studies and issues around the state, in the field, not in the classroom. Each year a different university will host the conference.
This year, the focus will be on how issues related to agricultural irrigation and environmental health come together in western Colorado’s Grand Valley via field trips, tours and presentations by faculty, water professionals and students.
Cost to participants $25 for the raft trip. Participants are responsible for travel to and from Grand Junction, breakfasts on Sat and Sun. The Farm Dinner will be provided.
Whooping Crane Migration Workshop
Auraria Campus: St. Cajetan's
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Dan Luecke and David Little will discuss the endangered whooping crane and their seasonal migration between Texas and Canada. Attendees will learn more about the upcoming March 2015 trip to Kearney, Nebraska to witness the annual crane migration and how to join the expedition.
From Conflict to Collaboration
Auraria Campus: St. Cajetan’s
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
You read about water fights in the news, now get the inside scoop on water conflicts in Colorado. The guests speakers are: James Eckland, Director, Colorado Water Conservation Board; Carla Schnitker, Leadership Beyond; and Bill Bates, Denver Water.