Ken Salazar at Water Tables 2015

Water Tables 2015 guests

Greg Hobbs and Patty Rettig

Kevin McBride

twitter Twitter Pinterest Instagram

Water Tables 2017

Refilling the Leadership Reservoir

Welcome to Water Tables 2017! We are excited to be working again in conjunction with the Annual Convention of the Colorado Water Congress to host our annual fundraising dinner in Denver on Thursday, January 26, at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center.

A fundraising dinner for the Water Resources Archive, Water Tables features hosted tables for an evening of conversation on specified topics. Guests have their choice of host on a first-come, first-served basis.

Topic: Refilling the Leadership Reservoir

Western water issues have long benefitted from bold leaders taking great risks, bringing forth innovative solutions, and committing to creative collaborations. Ongoing political, environmental, and educational challenges require a steady flow of able individuals to keep the leadership reservoir topped off. Join the CSU Morgan Library Water Resources Archive for an evening of stimulating dinner conversation led by established and emerging water professionals widely recognized for their excellent leadership qualities. Engage with Aspinall Award recipients, Water Leaders Program alumni, and other luminaries in once-in-a-lifetime discussions of leadership lessons, inspirations, and advice.

Event Questions?

Please contact David Ramsay, (970) 492-4019, Email David Ramsay

Also, for group reservations of six or more, please contact David Ramsay as well.

About the Water Resources Archive

The Water Resources Archive preserves materials critical for documenting the state's water history. It is Colorado's only archive dedicated to water issues. The ever-growing contents of the Archive serve as a living repository for the history of public policy, engineering, law, ecology, economics, and the cultural aspects of water use. Funds raised from Water Tables support the Archive's efforts to preserve and make available over 100 collections important to the water heritage of Colorado and the West, including outreach activities, digitization projects, and several student assistants.