Summit Green Drinks is a FREE social networking group for individuals interested in sustainability and the environment. We meet each month and rotate locations between Breckenridge, Frisco and the Silverthorne / Dillon area. This month’s event is provided in partnership with Broken Compass Brewing. Presenting a Sustainable Brewery Tour & Talk Broken Compass has a mission to be the most sustainable brewery in the world. Come grab a fresh brew and hear from David Axelrod or “Ax” as he’s known around town. Ax will provide a tour of the brewing facility and share with us how Broken Compass is committed to sustainability.
Summit CSA Community Celebration Come celebrate the success of locally-grown food in Summit County at the Summit CSA Community Celebration hosted by the High Country Conservation Center staff and board. The event will take place on Thursday, August 17th from 5-7pm at the Summit CSA Greenhouses on the corner of Lusher Ct. and Meadow Dr. in Frisco. Appetizers and libations will be served as you enjoy a tour of the greenhouses and chat among HC3 staff and other community members. We hope to see you there!
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. This seminar will be presented by Mr. Aaron Clay, Attorney at Law & former 26-yr Water Referee for Colorado Court, Division 4. We welcome EVERYONE, including landowners, realtors, water district employees, and anyone else interested in water law. Twenty individuals are needed to make this seminar a success, so please call Katlin with the Middle Park Conservation District at 970-531-0127 to sign up. You may also email Katlin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration Deadline: August 4th “As a small rancher with many water-rights issues, Aaron Clay’s water law class was great. I have spent about 18 years learning about water rights on my own, and really wish that Aaron’s class had been available when I started the learning process. Because of his lengthy experience in the water court, he had a vast reservoir of knowledge about what is important to laymen. The information he presented was practical and easy to understand. For $50, this class was a true bargain.” ~Drew McCoy