Lectures & Learning

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hobbs

When: Thu., Oct. 11, 7:30 p.m. 2012

"As Colorado's water consumption reaches the limits of its allotments under interstate compacts and treaties, intensive water management will become even more critical." That's Colorado Supreme Court Justice Gregory J. Hobbs Jr., speaking on our state's water future in the Citizen's Guide to Colorado Water Law, which he authored. It's no surprise that conservation's at the heart of the message, making Hobbs the perfect, high-profile choice to wrap up GOCA's "H20: Water, Culture & Politics" series at 7 tonight in UCCS' Centennial Hall Auditorium (1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy., uccs.edu/goca). Catching the lecture affords another chance to see artist Eric Tillinghast's "Rain Machine" installation if you haven't already. Visit water2012.org for more on statewide educational events. — Matthew Schniper

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