Ag Water NetWORK Resources

Ag Water NetWORK Webinar Series

Webinar #1 - Successful ATMs in Colorado

Presented by Chris Kraft, shareholder of Fort Morgan Ditch Company and farmer/owner of Badger Creek Dairies; and Jack Goble, P.E. Engineer for the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District.

Webinar #1- Outline and Highlights
Webinar 1 Highlights-Successful ATMs.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 426.8 KB

Webinar #2- Irrigation Efficiency & Consumptive Use: Facts & Myths

Presented by Kevin Rein, State Engineer at the Colorado Division of Water Resources and Bill Trampe, CCA Member, Gunnison Area Rancher and Member of the Gunnison Basin Roundtable.

Webinar #2- Outline and Highlights
Webinar #2 Highlights- Efficiency & HCU.
Adobe Acrobat Document 533.7 KB

Enjoy the webinar? Have any other thoughts?  Let us know by taking the post-webinar survey!  Its quick- only 3 questions!

Webinar #3- Grand Valley Water Users Association's ATM Pilot Project Results and System Conservation Pilot Program Update

Presented by Mark Harris, GVWUA Manager, Luke Gingerich, JUB Engineering, and Michelle Garrison, Water Resource Specialist, Colorado Water Conservation Board

Webinar 3- Outline and Highlights
Webinar 3 Highlights_GVWUA CCU Project a
Adobe Acrobat Document 686.2 KB

Webinar #4- Navigating the Ag Water Leasing Decision Tool

Presented by Phil Brink, Ag Water NetWORK Consulting Coordinator

AWN Publications

Colorado Cattlemen's Association AWN Provides Assistance to Ag Water Right Holders
CCA AWN Provides Assistance to Ag Water
Adobe Acrobat Document 562.5 KB
The Colorado Water Plan and What it Means for Colorado Agriculture Producers
The Colorado Water Plan and What it Mean
Adobe Acrobat Document 55.2 KB
The Future of Irrigated Agriculture in Colorado: Great Potential, Great Vulnerability
The Future of Irrigated Agriculture in C
Adobe Acrobat Document 582.8 KB
The Top 10 things to Consider before Leasing Ag Water
The Top 10 Things to Consider Before Lea
Adobe Acrobat Document 624.8 KB
2016 Ag Water NetWORK Survey Results
Ag water leasing is a new concept to most Colorado Ag producers. Responses were received from 48 counties around the state, which represents three-fourths of the counties in Colorado.
2016 Ag Water Survey Results Report.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.1 MB

Colorado Water Plan

It sets forth the measurable objectives, goals, and actions by which Colorado will address its projected future water needs and measure its progress—all built on our shared values. Just as it was created, this plan will be implemented by working collaboratively with the basin roundtables, local governments, water providers, other stakeholders, and the general public.