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Friday, February 3 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
One Water Way: A look into Colorado's evolving water laws and simple solutions to implement change

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Throughout the past century, humanity has created water laws, which blur physical boundaries and our global watersheds have increasingly become paved, piped, and polluted. As a community, we need to implement solutions to maintain the life sustaining global water cycle. Thankfully, water laws have recently evolved in Colorado allowing for sustainable solutions to some of the worlds most pressing issues. The local implementation of these solutions can make a big difference towards healing our nations watersheds, while encouraging homeowners to thrive on lower consumption with greater resilience. Join local water specialist, Avery Ellis, for this interactive presentation, where you can learn about how the Rainwater & Graywater laws were created, what they say, and how you can make a difference. You will go home with simple solutions that can be implemented in your own backyard, to make a big difference towards healing our local watersheds, national aquifers, and global water cycle.

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Avery Ellis

Avery Ecological Design, Colorado Greywater, & Integrated Aquaponics
Avery Ellis is an Ecological Designer with a whole systems approach to life. Avery was raised in New Jersey, the Garden state, by a master gardener. He has always felt a kinship with nature and the natural processes. He spent the past decade pursuing his passion for sustainability with experience ranging from permaculture design to natural building practices, solar installation to biodynamic farming, ecological waste treatment to communication... Read More →


Friday February 3, 2017 3:15pm - 4:45pm
N126 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303

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