Rainwater Harvesting: Regional Factors for Harvest Accounting
- Where: Urban Drainage & Flood Control District
2480 W. 26TH Ave. Suite 156-B
Denver, CO 80211
303.455.6277 | udfcd.org
- When: Wednesday July 31, 2019 11:30 am
- Registration Deadline: Monday July 29 - 10:00 AM
Tracy Kosloff is a professional engineer, with bachelors and masters degrees from UCLA. She worked as a consulting engineer for 10 years before joining the Denver office of the Colorado Division of Water Resources in 2010. Among her assignments at the State Engineer’s Office, Tracy acted as a team leader for South Platte River water supply issues. She is now the Assistant State Engineer for Water Supply and Litigation.
Ryan Gilliom is a PhD candidate at Colorado School of Mines, with an MS Hydrology from CSM and BS Geology from Haverford College. She studies rainwater harvesting and legal limitations thereof in Colorado and the Colorado River Basin. Ryan received an NSF-INTERN award to fund her ongoing internship with Colorado Division of Water Resources where she is working on modeling and policy for rainwater harvesting pilot projects. Ryan expects to graduate from CSM in 2020 and hopes for a career working to resolve legal barriers to water innovation in Colorado.