May 19 2022


4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Virtual Speaker Series: Changing the Conversation about Rain and Stormwater

River Journey Speaker Series | Speaker: Jessica Thrasher

Climate change, increases in population, and recurrent droughts are causing decreases in the total amount of a water available here in Colorado. One of the big ways that we can decrease the amount of water we are using is through reducing the amount of treated water (drinking water) that is being used to water our landscapes. By looking to alternative sources of water like rain and stormwater, we can keep our landscapes vibrant while conserving water. Learn more about how to conserve water at your home by utilizing rainwater!

Jessica Thrasher Bio from CSU: Jessica is dedicated to being part of creating solutions to the current water quality, supply, use, and conservation issues. At the Colorado Stormwater Center, Jessica provides tools, educational opportunities, and research to municipalities, stormwater professionals, consulting firms, and community members allowing them to make informed decisions about stormwater management practices. Jessica is a Certified Permaculture Designer, Certified Rainwater Harvesting Practitioner, and is also Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL) and Stormwater Control Measure Inspection and Maintenance Certified.

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