Our third Subsurface Water Storage Symposium explores subsurface water storage as a synergistic complement to existing surface water supplies. Please join us in conversations to advance innovative solutions to emerging water supply and environmental challenges. Leaders from academia, government, and industry will explore policy, emergency technologies, and challenges associated with subsurface water storage. During the second day (morning) discussions will focus on demonstrative projects, opportunities, and paths forward.
Attendance is free. Space is limited. Please register at your first convenience.
February 22-23, 2024
CSU Spur Campus: Confluence Theater, Hydro Building
4777 National Western Dr., Denver, Colorado 80216
Join us for this free event at the new CSU Spur Campus. Space is limited so please register at your first convenience because spots will fill up.
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