The Most Interesting Man In The Basin

He is The Most Interesting Man in the Basin, but we think he's right up there with The Most Interesting Man in the World. What other amazing feats has this interesting man accomplished? Stay hydrated my friends. Thank you, Perry Cabot for creating this film to honor Water 2012 volunteers and partners.

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Changing of the Guard for CFWE

The Colorado Foundation for Water Education's latest Board of Trustees meeting on January 25 was a full-day affair that included lively discussion, important decision making, and a great transition as former Board president, Rita Crumpton, passed the torch and welcomed a new Board president, Gregg Ten Eyck, president of Leonard Rice Engineers. Although only Board … Continue reading Changing of the Guard for CFWE

Colorado’s Year of Water 2012 Had an Impact

Water 2012, Colorado's Year of Water is wrapping up. We'll hear some results and look to the future during a celebratory luncheon on January 30, but have you been wondering what actually happened during 2012? Beyond a great website, did 2012 have an impact? Nicole Seltzer, executive director of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education … Continue reading Colorado’s Year of Water 2012 Had an Impact

GIVE TODAY. It’s Colorado Gives Day!

It's finally here-- the day to give where you live and support the organizations you care about. The website may be loading a bit slowly, but visit http://www.givingfirst.org and give, give, give!! Competitive in nature? Check out this Denver Post editorial: Coloradans excel at many things, but when it comes to contributing to charitable causes, … Continue reading GIVE TODAY. It’s Colorado Gives Day!

Drought Resources Quench Thirst for Knowledge

In Colorado, we've been talking about drought all year, and don't expect that to stop anytime soon. We saw the lowest snowpack statewide since 2002, the warmest spring in more than 100 years, fires by mid-summer, low stream flows and slew of drought impacts and mitigation efforts. If you're interested in learning more, or are … Continue reading Drought Resources Quench Thirst for Knowledge