2019 Growing Water Smart Workshop: Applications Being Accepted

The Growing Water Smart program helps communities bridge the gap between water management and land use planning to build a more resilient future. The Sonoran Institute and Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy’s Growing Water Smart program introduces communities to the full range of communications, public engagement, planning, and policy implementation tools to ensure your team can realize its water efficiency, watershed health and community resilience goals.

Participants in this program will gain:

  • Foresight. A better understanding of how land use and climatic trends impact water supply and demand at the state and local level.
  • Adaptability. The strategies and tools to integrate water and land use planning to better adapt to change and uncertainty.
  • Commitment. Decision makers from multiple disciplines, departments, agencies and organizations commit to common goals.
  • Clarity. The ability to communicate why your goals are needed and gain the support you need to succeed.
  • A path forward. An action plan tailored to your

Who can apply?

Communities located along Colorado’s Front Range are welcomed to apply this round. This includes counties, municipalities and special districts. Future workshop rounds will be open to other Colorado regions.

For more information, visit:

CLICK HERE for an information brochure.


Like us on FacebookFacebook
Visit our timeline for info, updates, and events.

Follow us on TwitterTwitter
Follow us @APAColorado1 on Twitter.


Subscribe to RSS FeedRSS Feed
Subscribe to our article feed using your favorite RSS reader.

Join us on LinkedInLinkedIn
Join our network on LinkedIn.

Contact Us