MEEKER | The White River Conservation District is hosting a Water Law in a Nutshell Class on June 28, 2019 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Fairfield Community Center (200 Main St. Meeker.) All aspects of the law related to water rights and ditch rights as applied in Colorado will be discussed. Subject matter includes the appropriation, perfection, use, limitations, attributes, abandonment, enforcement of various types of water rights, special rules for ground water, public rights in appropriated water, federal and interstate compacts and more. Registration fees: $25 in advance (by 5 p.m. June 20) or $35 at the door. Registration includes lunch and class materials. See www.whiterivercd.com or call the District’s office at 970-878-9838 for more information.
By Guest Writer Phil Brink, Consulting Coordinator, Colorado Cattlemen’s Ag Water NetWORK (agwaternetwork.org) If farmers and ranchers use more efficient irrigation methods, won’t they use less water? This is a common question which stems from […]
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