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dc.contributor.authorReckentine, Eric
dc.contributor.authorSmolnik, Susan
dc.contributor.authorRaines, Richard
dc.coverage.spatialCache la Poudre River (Colo.)
dc.coverage.spatialColorado
dc.date.accessioned2007-01-03T06:26:09Z
dc.date.available2007-01-03T06:26:09Z
dc.date.issued2014-11-18
dc.descriptionPresented at the Fall 2014 Center for Collaborative Conservation (https://collaborativeconservation.org/) Seminar and Discussion Series, "Perspectives on the Poudre: Working River/Healthy River", November 18, 2014, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. This fall semester's bi-weekly Seminar and Discussion Series focuses on the Poudre River and its watershed, its ecological needs, and how it is used to supply water for agriculture and urban needs. Presenters will highlight their topics and engage participants in dialogue. The series will culminate in a "world café" - campus and community open dialogue about the Poudre.
dc.descriptionEric Reckentine: Eric Reckentine is responsible for Greeley's raw water management and resource planning; the City's water rights portfolio; federal permitting projects; and is currently managing the fire mitigation efforts for the High Park and Hewlett Gulch fires on behalf of the City of Greeley. Prior to working for Greeley, Eric was a Resource and General Manager for an international mining company responsible for the operational management of several business units, development of acquisition and reclamation strategies, and resource permitting. Originally from New York, Eric came to Colorado in 1994 as a geologist to continue work for a geotechnical and environmental engineering firm and worked on environmental assessment, remediation, and regulatory compliance projects throughout North America. He obtained a B.S. in Geology from the State University of New York and obtained an MBA from Colorado State University, has USGBC accreditation, and is an Army veteran.
dc.descriptionSusan Smolnik: Smolnik graduated from CSU with a master's degree in civil engineering. For over 15 years, she has worked for the City of Fort Collins as a water resources engineer, currently helping manage raw water supplies. Prior to working in Fort Collins, she lived in Thailand, Somalia and Sri Lanka, where she worked on water supply and irrigation projects. She has been married for nearly thirty years to her Australian husband and has frequently traveled to Australia, during which she developed a strong interest in Australian water issues, with a particular focus in the Murray Darling Basin.
dc.descriptionRichard Raines: Richard Raines is the Water Resource Manager for the Tri‐Districts. He has worked in water rights and water supply since 1992 in both the public and private sectors. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University.
dc.descriptionPowerPoint presentations.
dc.description.abstractThree separate PowerPoint presentations discussing Our urban uses of the Poudre.
dc.format.mediumborn digital
dc.format.mediumpresentations (communicative events)
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10217/88627
dc.languageEnglish
dc.publisherColorado State University. Libraries
dc.relation.ispartofFall 2014 - Seminar and Discussion Series
dc.titleOur urban uses of the Poudre: quantity, quality and conservation
dc.title.alternativeCity of Greeley - water resources / Eric Reckentine
dc.title.alternativeOur urban uses of the Poudre, City of Fort Collins / Susan Smolnik
dc.title.alternativeTri-districts water resources / Richard Raines
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