Water Law in a Nutshell Workshop Scheduled for 11/18/22

For the seventh time, Middle Park Conservation District is hosting “Water Law in a Nutshell” presented by Mr. Aaron Clay.   Aaron is a retired Attorney at Law & former 26-yr Water Referee for Colorado Court, Division 4.

The workshop will be held in Granby, Colorado, on Friday, November 18, 2022, from 8am-5pm at Sun Outdoors Rocky Mountains. Cost is $95.

To signup, complete our registration form at https://forms.gle/5E5Hm61NrkW1uoMD6

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 4, 2022 (or until filled)

The price of $95 includes a morning snack, lunch, a 40+ page materials packet, a printed copy of “Citizens Guide to Colorado Water Law”, and access to a former water attorney for a full day.  How often do you get advice from an attorney for less than $100?

Upon completion of this 8-hour course, realtors, appraisers, and lawyers are eligible to receive the following continuing education credits…
Realtors: 8 hours CE credits
Appraisers: 4 hours CE credits

Lawyers: 8 hours CE credits

This seminar covers all aspects of water law, including water rights; ditch rights; appropriation, perfection, limitations, attributes, abandonment, and enforcement of water rights.  Further discussions will include groundwater, ditch owner rights & responsibilities, ditch companies, public rights, and federal/interstate compacts.

While continuing ed credits are given to realtors, appraisers, and lawyers, this class is not just geared to them.  It is appropriate and relevant to ANYONE & EVERYONE interested in Colorado water law and water issues.