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Aficionados Luncheon Series: "Future Front Range Drought and Water Issues"

Location

Gaylord Hall
main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave. (map)

Description

For the Aficionados Luncheon Series, Michael Kerwin, CC Class of 1992, and director of environmental science and geology at the University of Denver, will present on a topic that directly affects every Colorado resident — drought and water. An expert on natural drought variability in Colorado, Kerwin's lecture could not be more time appropriate. The three worst natural disasters in Colorado's history occurred between 2012-2013: the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires here in Colorado Springs and the Boulder County floods. A luncheon will be served along with the lecture. (Reservations and cancellations are required by Fri., Jan. 24.Please call (719) 389-6334 or e-mail swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu)

Aficionados Luncheon Series: "Future Front Range Drought and Water Issues"
The Front Range
  • Open to Public: Yes
  • Admission Fee:
    • $17 general public
    • $17 for students
    • $17 with a CC ID
  • Tickets: the door--day of event (reservations required)
  • Sponsored By: The Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies
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