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

June 2014
We Are Back! After a very busy spring semester the OWOW Center Newsletter is back and just in time to tell you about a few of the awesome water classes that will be offered this coming fall... 

Water Essentials
This course presents students with a comprehensive foundation on the water cycle, human use of water, water and the environment, the politics of water, and the critical issues surrounding water as a resource. The course will educate Colorado water users on the sources and uses of their water, its importance as a resource, the critical issues of water conservation and scarcity, and the legal, political, economic and physical infrastructure that controls water in the American West. 
GEG 1910 CRN 54448
TR 12:30-1:45pm
Instructor: Tom Davinroy
Water Resources
This course studies the hydrological cycle, competing water uses, current water problems, and approaches to water management.
ENV 3400 CRN 53689
MW 9:30-10:45am
Instructor: Randi Brazeau

Water Law
This course surveys US water law and administration - with a special focus on water in the West. 
ENV 4410 CRN 53308
MW 11-12:15pm
Instructor: Tom Bellinger
Reporting on Water Policy
Students in this course analyze corporate and public policy toward water use in the West and how it is covered. Students employ ethical paradigms and contrasting water policy issues and their coverage. Ultimately students compose journalism projects that detail the impact of water policy on end users. 
JRN 390S CRN 54593
MW 11-12:15pm
Instructor: Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd
For more courses and information visit
Denver Metro Water Festival
On May 21, 2014 in partnership with Denver Water and Suburban Providers of Denver Water, the One World One Water Center hosted over 800 sixth graders from the Denver Metro area on Auraria Campus for the very first Denver Metro Water Festival. The event was educational, exciting, and so much fun!

BIG thanks go out to the hundreds of volunteers and presenters at the festival. The day would not have been nearly as successful without all of their hard work! 
Planning for the 2015 Denver Metro Water Festival is already underway. Keep your eyes peeled for
future updates and how you can join the fun!
Chihuly Exhibit at the Denver Botanic Gardens 
From June 14-November 30 the Denver Botanic Gardens presents the Rocky Mountain Region's first major outdoor exhibit of artwork by celebrated American artist, Dale Chihuly. Chihuly is credited with revolutionizing the Studio Glass movement and elevating the perception of the glass medium from the realm of craft to fine art. He is renowned for ambitious architectural installations around the world, in historic cities, museums and gardens.
Chihuly is Coming to Denver Botanic Gardens 
Chihuly is Coming to Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens

The Water Center at Colorado Mesa University and the One World One Water Center at MSU Denver invites water faculty and students to attend the first annual Colorado Student Water Field Conference. The goal of the conference is to introduce and engage students of Colorado water in water science. studies and issues around the state, in the field, not in the classroom. Each year a different university will host the conference. This year, the focus will be on how issues related to agricultural irrigation and environmental health come together in western Colorado's Grand Valley via field trips, tours and presentations by faculty, water professionals and students.

Cost to participants is $25 for the raft trip. Participants are responsible for travel to and from Grand Junction and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. For more information contact Tom Cech
It Is That Time Of Year... Farm Fresh Time!
Do you love farmers markets? Fresh produce? Local products? The Colorado Department of Agriculture created the 2014 Colorado Farm Fresh Guide to farmers markets, roadside stands, u-picks, wineries and agritourism activities. Follow the link below to download your free copy and find your closest market.

One World One Water Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardship
1045 9th Street
Denver, CO 80217

Tom Cech, Director

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

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