The Sonoran Institute and Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy’s Growing Water Smart program introduces communities to the full range of communications, public engagement, planning, and policy implementation tools to realize their watershed health and community resiliency goals.
Combining topical sessions with team-based action planning, Growing Water Smart offers an opportunity to learn from peers and experts about the challenges and opportunities of realizing a secure, prosperous water future.
Only communities in the Water Quality/Quantity Committee (QQ) of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments are welcomed to apply this round. This includes QQ counties, municipalities and special districts. Future workshop rounds will be open to other Colorado regions.
Deadline to Apply: January 11, 2019
Download the RFP and Apply Below!GrowingWaterSmart_Spring 2019_RFP_FINAL