Trainings and Events
This page will be regularly updated with workshops, webinars, and other events that will help you implement resiliency projects in your community. Check back for updates and future events.
Colorado's Ag Water Summit 2017: The Ag Water Summit brings together agricultural leaders from across the state, water professionals, elected officials, and decision makers to discuss agricultural water issues. We want to continue the discussion of pertinent water issues, but also want to make this event an opportunity to tell the story of “Water and Agriculture” for people unfamiliar with the role of agriculture in Colorado.
December 5, 2017; The Ranch - Loveland, CO
Colorado Community Symposium: Advancing Clean Energy & Climate Preparedness: Join Governor John Hickenlooper and dozens of elected officials and community and business leaders from throughout Colorado to participate in visioning workshops and educational programs related to climate preparedness and clean energy development in Colorado. The Colorado Communities Symposium will feature a series of plenary sessions, breakout tracks with interactive scenario planning sessions, training events and roundtable discussions, tabletop exhibition, post-conference workshops and meetings, networking events and an awards dinner.
January 31-February 02, 2018; Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center
Mitigating Hazards Through Land Use Solutions: The Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) invite you to a one-day workshop to kick-off implementation of land use solutions that can reduce the impacts of hazards in your community. The workshop will take a look into developing and adopting mitigation actions. There will be a focus on updating land use and development codes to reduce the impact of natural disasters, and creating incentive programs to promote development in safer areas. Utilizing the Planning for Hazards: Land Use Solutions guide (www.planningforhazards.com) and supplemental materials, the workshop will refer to communities that have successfully implemented a variety of tools and strategies.
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