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Colorado River Conference Aug. 26

the Bureau of Land Management, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, the Upper Colorado River Commission, the Utah Department of Natural Resources, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District and several southwestern universities.

The sponsoring organization, SCERP, was created in 1989 to analyze possible solutions to air, water and hazardous waste problems that plague the U.S.-Mexican border region. The group works for a sustainable and responsible border economy, an involved bi-national community, a healthy natural environment and proper resource management that provide all its residents a satisfactory and secure quality of life through enhanced employment, education, and business opportunities.

The five U.S. universities in SCERP are the University of Utah, University of Texas at El Paso, Arizona State University, New Mexico State University and San Diego State University.

For more information including online registration, an agenda and directions to the conference and parking see the conference website at http://www.utah.edu/uees/water/water_home.html or call Hamilton at (801) 581-6348.


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