Course Announcement: Groundwater Hydrology at CU Denver
Rio Grande Basin Groundwater Rules
Board of Directors Elections Form
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR $3,000 Colorado Environmental Management Society (CEMS) 2019 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, MANAGEMENT, GEOLOGY, SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.
The Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions is looking for applicants for the Board of Examiners of Water Well Construction and Pump Installation Contractors to fill a term expiring June 30, 2019.
The candidate must be a well construction or pump installation contractor with a minimum of ten years' experience in the well construction or pump installation business preceding their appointment.
All members are appointed for four-year terms, but no member will be reappointed to or serve more than two consecutive four-year terms. Members serve without compensation but will be reimbursed for actual expenses necessarily incurred in their official business. The Board meets at least once every three months (the first Monday in February, May, August, and November) and at such other times as it deems necessary or advisable. Meetings are typically held in Room 814, 1313 Sherman Street, Denver, CO 80203.
Please view this document to see the duties of the Board, http://water.state.co.us/DWRIPub/Documents/duties.pdf.
Additional information regarding the Board of Examiners can be found on the Division of Water Resources website, http://water.state.co.us/groundwater/BOE.
To apply, please fill out an online application on the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions webpage, https://www.colorado.gov/governor/boards-commissions-application. Although applications will be considered until the position has been filled, applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by June 1, 2019.
For additional information please visit, https://www.colorado.gov/governor/boards-commissions
High groundwater is resulting in damage to private and public property and agricultural land in certain areas of the South Platte River Basin. This is caused by a combination of natural geology and hydrology, average to above-average precipitation, increased recharge for augmentation purposes, decreased groundwater pumping and changes to how surface water is used on the South Platte. HB 15-1178 established the Emergency Dewatering Grant Program, which directed the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) to administer funds for emergency dewatering of areas in and around Gilcrest and Sterling. After several projects under this funding source, it was determined that the area of concern needed to include the entire South Platte Basin. Section 10 of HB17-1248 provided this expansion to include the South Platte River Basin and opened up project types for construction, maintenance, and monitoring of dewatering infrastructure. SB 18-218 provides additional funds for these purposes.
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Seeking Volunteer Speakers, Advisors, Company Interviewers, Recruiters, and Consultants
If you have experience as a hiring manager, recruiter, consultant, or you are in human resources, we are seeking your expertise. The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists will be hosting a Career Fair on April 17th to support students and those that are seeking employment. If you can only make it for an hour of this event, we would appreciate your time. Please email email@example.com by Friday, March 30th if you are interested in participating in this event.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE PERMITTING AND USE OF WATERS ARTIFICIALLY RECHARGED INTO THE DENVER BASIN AQUIFERS AND NONTRIBUTARY GROUNDWATER AQUIFERS (2 CCR 402-11)
The short title for these rules and regulations is “Artificial Recharge Extraction Rules," and they apply to groundwater outside of the Designated Basins.