Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Schedule as of 5/11/2011
I'll make changes to these as they occur

July 15 Resident Team Arrives
July 18 Rob Blair -Geologist, editor of Western San Juan Mountains: their geology, ecology and human history, and is the co-founder and president of the Mountain Studies Institute in Silverton, Colorado.
July 20 Allan Comp -
 Historian, Founder and Coordinator of the Appalachian Coal Country Watershed Team (ACCWT) and the Western Hardrock Watershed Team (WHWT)
July 20-25 
Joe Ryan- Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Colorado and co-author of the Center for the American West’s Cleaning Up Abandoned Hardrock Mines in the West.
July 21-22 Lake Valley Land and Water Conference
July 23 Jonathan Lovekin (unconfirmed)-geologist with CTL Thompson, a Denver-based integrated geo-technical, materials, geo-structural, and environmental engineering company
July 25 
Ron Cohen- Mine reclamation engineer from School of Mines
July 26 Hardrock Revision talk at 3rd Street Park 8:30pm
July 29  Chris Ray- Ecology and Evolutionary Biologist at the University of Colorado and an expert on pikas, an alpine indicator species, and one of the coolest critters on the planet.
August 1 Todd Bryan- Senior Associate with The Keystone Center, is the Project Facilitator. He has 15 years experience as an environmental mediator working with government agencies, tribal governments, non-governmental organizations, industry, and communities, where he develops collaborative approaches to environmental and natural resource decision-making.

August 9 Field Talk in Silverton
August 13 Artposium. Open to the public.

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