Sarah Hagenbuch: The conservation district thanks you
June 22, 2008
Steamboat Springs — The Routt County Conservation District would like to thank all those who participated, volunteered or sponsored the 2008 Water Forum on June 6. We think it was a success, and we couldn’t have done it without all the help. Thank you especially to: the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Community Agriculture Alliance, Hall and Hall, Mount Werner Water, Routt County Department of Environmental Health, city of Steamboat Springs, Routt County commissioners, The Nature Conservancy, Yampa Valley Electric, Yampa Valley Community Foundation, Klauzer & Tremaine, LLC, United States Forest Service, Yampa Valley Partners, Colorado River District, Routt County CattleWomen, Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District, Colorado State University Extension, Routt County Cattlemen’s Association, Weiss and Van Scoyk, LLP, Marianna Raftopoulos and TwentyMile Coal Co.
A special thank you goes to those who organized and volunteered for the forum: Lori Jazwick, Marsha Daughenbaugh, Karin Utterback-Normann, Meg Bentley, Kim Vogel, Brian Smith, Claire Sollars, Jean Ray, Jo Semotan, Geoff Blakeslee, Todd Hagenbuch, Kent Vertrees, Heather Stirling, Jay Gallagher, Heather Savalox, Casey Clapsaddle, Audrey Danner, Mike Zopf and Lou DeQuine. We hope everyone walked away with a better understanding of local, regional and state water issues.
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