Below is the semi-monthly One World One Water Newsletter. Here you will find special features, event announcements, and OWOW Center updates. Do you have a special tidbit you think water lovers should know about? Share it here! Contact Nona for more information. 
Thank you and have a lovely day,
The OWOW Center

February 2014
A Series of the Past and Today at History Colorado

The History Colorado Museum is hosting a series of presentations exploring conservation, film, theatre, and examining issues of environmental justice in Colorado. The One World One Water Center's own Tom Cech will be facilitating the March 24th presentation, "The Future of Water in our Communities". 
This is a wonderful series History Colorado has put together! 
Entry is $4 for museum members and $5 for non-members.
Basin Roundtable Summit Notetakers Needed

The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) is looking for up to 40 volunteer notetakers for the March 6, 2014 Basin Roundtable Summit. Volunteers will be needed from 7am-2pm, will need to bring their own laptop, and will receive complimentary breakfast and lunch. This is a wonderful opportunity to network and learn more about the Colorado water community, CWCB, and the important role basin roundtables play in their communities. 
If interested, please contact Kate McIntire no later than February 12, 2014.  


OWOW Highlight of the Month: 1045 9th Street

The OWOW Center has a new location! You can now find us on campus at 1045 9th Street, an amazing historical house. According to records, the new OWOW Center was originally the Schulz House. In 1890 William Schulz worked at the Tivoli Brewery. Following Schulz, Ben Vigil ran the Copper Kettle Candy Company out of the basement - the house specialty was cinnamon candy apples made from a family recipe. 


The OWOW Center is very excited to now be centrally located on campus and all the opportunities the new space will bring us.


One World One Water Center

1045 9th Street

Denver, CO 80217




Are you looking for an internship? The OWOW Center regularly posts internships on Facebook and in the office. You can also search the Applied Learning Center's website for water focused internships under "OWOW". 

Do you need an intern? The OWOW Center is always looking for new opportunities for students. Contact Tom Cech or Nona Shipman to discuss internship possibilities. 

OWOW at History Colorado
One World One Water Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardship

Tom Cech, Director

Nona Shipman, Outreach and Recruitment Manager
Ale Brown, Events and Graphic Specialist

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