CSU Spur of the Moment

Known as the headwaters states, the health of United States water supply starts in Colorado. While many people think of Colorado as a snowy place, skiers are actually recreating on the state's largest reservoir. Becky Mitchell, director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board, works to preserve and improve this natural resource that serves more than 40-million people.

CSU Spur: CSUspur.org
Theme Music: "Work" by Ketsa
Production: Peachislander.com
Twitter: @CWCB_DNR
Instagram: @coloradowaterconservation_dnr

Show Notes

Known as the headwaters states, the health of United States water supply starts in Colorado. While many people think of Colorado as a snowy place, skiers are actually recreating on the state's largest reservoir. Becky Mitchell, director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board, works to preserve and improve this natural resource that serves more than 40-million people.

CSU Spur: CSUspur.org
Theme Music: "Work" by Ketsa
Production: Peachislander.com
Website: cwcb.colorado.gov
Colorado Water Plan
Colorado River Frequently Asked Questions
Twitter: @CWCB_DNR and @cwcbbecky
Instagram: @coloradowaterconservation_dnr
YouTube

What is CSU Spur of the Moment?

The challenges ahead of our globe in feeding the rising global population with finite resources, will require new solutions and the next great minds. The CSU Spur of the Moment Podcast digs into the issues of food, water, and health by talking with people making a difference in these fields. The podcast comes to you from Colorado State University System's new Spur campus in Denver, where global challenges are addressed through research collaboration, where experiential education opens doors to understanding, and where we work everyday to inspire the next generation.