WATER AND THE WEST
In the face of
rapid development, how will the West maintain and manage its water?
A conference on Sustainable Use of the West's Water will address
the problems of water rights, June 12-14 at the University of
Colorado School of Law in Boulder. Twenty-six speakers are on tap,
including Molly Harriss Olson, a member of the President's Council
on Sustainable Development; Jim Enote of the Zuni Conservation
Project in New Mexico; Ted Strong of the Columbia River
Inter-Tribal Fish Commission; Kai Lee from the Center for
Environmental Studies at Williams College in Massachusetts; as well
as Charles Wilkinson and David Getches from the University of
Colorado law school. The registration fee for the three-day
conference is $495 and includes a cook-out on Flagstaff Mountain.
For more information, contact the Natural Resources Law Center at
the University of Colorado, Campus Box 401, Boulder, CO 80309-0401