Water Tables 2020

Men viewing vortex tube sand trap
Men viewing vortex tube sand trap in Jackson Ditch at Bellvue Hydraulic Laboratory, 1948. Photograph from Irrigation Research Papers, Water Resources Archive.

Celebrating 150 Years of Water at Colorado State University

Saturday, April 4, 2020

5:00 p.m. | Reception
Morgan Library, Archives and Special Collections

6:30 p.m. | Dinner and Discussion

Lory Student Center, Ballrooms C&D

This year’s event highlights Colorado State University’s impressive water heritage as we celebrate CSU’s 150th anniversary. Our table hosts are a dynamic group of University faculty, staff, alumni, and partners who have had an impact on water locally and around the world. Join the conversation and support the Water Resources Archive!

This special evening features intimate dinner conversations hosted by a variety of water experts, all with ties to CSU. Topic discussions span historical highlights and modern issues, such as water justice, the value of water, and collaborative decision making. Register early for the prime choice among our very engaging hosts.

The opening reception provides the opportunity to visit with all of the table hosts, as well as to meet and mingle with friends old and new. Rare documents from the Water Resources Archive will be on display and special access tours will be provided for an up-close view of how history gets preserved.