Join us to share information and insight on the latest water-related topics throughout the West. At each monthly meeting, a special program is presented providing more in-depth review of a particular water-related issue or topic. 

We also welcome exchange on water-focused activities in an informal setting following each presentation. 

2016-17 Speaker Lineup:

September 13th: Jim Widlar. "Atlas Missile Sites and the Use of TCE"

October 11th: Leon Basdekas, Black & Veatch. "Building and Applying A Robust Decision Analysis Framework for Water Supply Planning Under Uncertainty"

November 8th: Sam Cox, BLM. "Modeling Riparian Areas with Remote Sensing"

December 13th: Rescheduled to January

January 10thPresentation Double Header! 1st half: Paul Dey, Wyoming Game & Fish Department. "Update on Wyoming Water Strategy River Restoration Efforts"  2nd half: Terry Booth, USDA. "Land Management for Water Conservation"

February 14th:  Matt Miller, USGS Utah Water Science Center. "Importance of Groundwater in Sustaining Streamflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin"

March 14th: Peter McCarthy, USGS WY-MT Water Science Center. "StreamStats"

April 11th: Presentation Double Header! 1st half: Bart Geerts, UW Department of Atmospheric Science. "Changes in Precipitation, Snowpack, and Streamflow in Wyoming by the 21st Century" 2nd half: Bureau of Reclamation. "2017 Water Supply Outlook"

May 9th: Stephanie Kampf, Colorado State University. "Snowcover and Streamflow Generation"

Send ideas for topics and/or speakers to:

Beth Callaway
Interstate Streams Division
Wyoming State Engineer's Office
Beth.Callaway@wyo.gov
307-777-7803  


Water Forum is taking a break for the summer

Next meeting: Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017

Location: Herschler Building Room #1699, 122 W. 25th St., Cheyenne, WY 82002


Did you miss the May Water Forum? 

Click on the image below to view the presentation by Dr. Stephanie Kampf from Colorado State University:

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