A Future of the Colorado Plateau Forum.
Seating is limited to 100 participants. Pre-registration required at waternav.eventbrite.com or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flagstaff, like most Arizona communities, has historically struggled to find enough water to meet growing demand. But in recent years the City has relieved the pressure by reducing demand for potable water through conservation, reclaiming substantial amounts of wastewater for reuse, and investing in new water sources and infrastructure. Emerging technologies for direct reuse of wastewater may offer the City a possible alternative to its decade-old plan to develop Red Gap Ranch, but suggests that the city must navigate carefully to ensure a sustainable water future. We want to hear from you!
-Brad Hill, Water Resource Planning Director, City of Flagstaff
-Robert Vane, Member, Flagstaff Water Group
-Matthew Payne, Principal, WestWater Research, LLC
-Channah Rock, Associate Professor and Water Quality Specialist, University of Arizona
-Erin Young, Water Manager, City of Flagstaff
The Future of the Colorado Plateau Forum series tackles the region’s most pressing environmental and demographic changes. The series gives citizens and professionals an open forum to share ideas and perspectives on important issues affecting the region, including land management, water availability, wildlife conservation, energy production, and economic sustainability.
The forums are presented by the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Grand Canyon Trust with support from Coconino County, the Geo Family Foundation, the Landscape Conservation Initiative at NAU, City of Flagstaff BBB Revenues, and the Flagstaff Arts Council.