The Colorado Water Innovation Cluster (CWIC) recently received a grant from the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) to complete the Lake Canal Alternative Practices and In-stream Flow Demonstration Project. The project will address the municipal, industrial and environmental water “gap” during irrigation season in the Lake Canal area.
With new technology from Regenesis, a CWIC member, researchers will demonstrate how irrigation transfers from agriculture-use to urban-use can be achieved without sacrificing local food production.
The grant helps the CWIC reach their goals of project-oriented partnerships among a variety of organizations and development of innovative water technologies by local companies. Collaboration and research are hallmarks of the Lake Canal project and will likely prove to be replicable for other communities.
Learn More about the Colorado Water Innovation Cluster
The Colorado Water Innovation Cluster is sponsoring the March Innovation After Hours at the Rocky Mountain Innosphere. Hear from member companies and learn about the work they do.
March 10, 2011, 4 p.m.
Rocky Mountain Innosphere
320 E. Vine Dr.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Registration opens in late February, http://www.rmi2.org/4/Events