The Colorado River and Southeast Arizona: A Talk with Audubon's Jennifer Pitt

The Colorado River and Southeast Arizona: A Talk with Audubon's Jennifer Pitt

Nov 2 2017 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm
  How does western water policy impact us in Southeast Arizona? What are the implications of Minute 323, the United States Colorado River agreement with Mexico? How do these recent water policy decisions relate to Arizona’s Drought Contingency Plan? Get the answers to these questions and more at this Tucson Audubon’s free to the public presentation by Jennifer Pitt. Jennifer Pitt spent 17 years working on Colorado River projects for the Environmental Defense Fund, and now in her new role of Colorado River project director for the National Audubon Society, she is continuing her work to ensure the Colorado River supports both people and wildlife. While with the Environmental Deference Fund, Pitt worked on the negotiations for Minute 319, the historic water-sharing agreement between the United States and Mexico. And now with Audubon, Pitt has also had a hand in the second generation of this agreement called Minute 323. Minute 323 has important implications for Arizona and our in progress Drought Contingency Plan. Pitt brings her expertise on the Colorado River home for us in Arizona in what promises to be a timely and highly informative presentation. How does western water policy impact us in Southeast Arizona? What are the implications of Minute 323, the United States Colorado River agreement with Mexico? How do these recent water policy decisions relate to Arizona’s Drought Contingency Plan? Get the answers to these questions and more at this Tucson Audubon’s free to the public presentation by Jennifer Pitt. Jennifer Pitt spent 17 years working on Colorado River projects for the Environmental Defense Fund, and now in her new role of Colorado River project director for the National Audubon Society, she is continuing her work to ensure the Colorado River supports both people and wildlife. While with the Environmental Deference Fund, Pitt worked on the negotiations for Minute 319, the historic water-sharing agreement between the United States and Mexico. And now with Audubon, Pitt has also had a hand in the second generation of this agreement called Minute 323. Minute 323 has important implications for Arizona and our in progress Drought Contingency Plan. Pitt brings her expertise on the Colorado River home for us in Arizona in what promises to be a timely and highly informative presentation.
Location: 
REI, 160 W Wetmore Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705, USA  REI, 160 W Wetmore Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705, USA