Saguache County Municipalities RepresentativeMore About Ann
(Saguache, Crestone, Center). She has held that position since 2015. Ann is a longtime Colorado resident, growing up in Glenwood Springs and has lived in Crestone for more than 20 years. She became a Certified Water Professional in 2014 and began working for the Town of Crestone shortly after, first as a Water System Operator and more recently as Water System Manager. She enjoys the versatility of the job: doing everything from meeting with engineers in developing the Town’s augmentation plan, to exercising valves, upgrading system components, educating schoolchildren, and everything in between.
Her interests focus on travel, languages and music- and sharing those interests with her family. But she’s always happy to get back home, where she appreciates clean, satisfying water- and the efforts that many people make to ensure its delivery.
Education Member at Large
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Hinsdale County Representative
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Alamosa County Municipalities RepresentativeMore About Charles
Industrial and Domestic Member at LargeMore About Charles
Conejos County RepresentativeMore About Chuck
Secretary, Alamosa River Member at LargeMore About Cindy
As part of the Alamosa Riverkeeper organization, Cindy received the David Getches Flowing Waters Award for improving environmental water resources and recreational values in the Alamosa River. Her efforts in collaboration, innovation and inspiration continue not just on the project but also in her Roundtable duties.
Rio Grande Water Conservation District RepresentativeMore About Cleave
Water Views: I am the 4th generation of the Simpsons to farm and ranch here in the San Luis Valley. I have a son that would like to continue with that legacy and I am working to make sure he and other younger folks have an opportunity to carry on their family traditions.
Wildlife Member at LargeMore About Dale
Acequias Member at Large
Alamosa-La Jara Conservancy District RepresentativeMore About Dwight
Water Views: Water is the lifeblood for farmers and ranchers.
Saguache County RepresentativeMore About Ed
Water Views: It is the lifeblood of the West.
Vice Chair, Watershed Health Member at LargeMore About Emma
Rio Grande County Municipalities RepresentativeMore About Eugene
Water Views: In addition to my general interest in the future of the water of the San Luis Valley, I represent several municipalities and augmentation plans are a critical part of their present and future development.
Rio Grande Water Users Member at LargeMore About Greg
Water Views: Everything I have done in my life has depended on water.
San Luis Valley Water Conservancy District Representative and CWCB Member (non-voting)More About Heather
Heather is fortunate to work as the Manager of the San Luis Valley Water Conservancy District. In this role, she manages an augmentation program for domestic, commercial, and municipal wells in five counties of the San Luis Valley. One of the greatest rewards of this position is the opportunity to work with friends in the water community to find creative ways to manage water and natural resources in the Rio Grande Basin.
Heather previously worked to improve the health of the Rio Grande as the Director of the Colorado Rio Grande Restoration Foundation and the Rio Grande Headwaters Restoration Project. She now serves on the Board of the Colorado Rio Grande Restoration Foundation in addition to the Boards of the Rio Grande Watershed Conservation and Education Initiative and the Rio Grande Watershed Emergency Action Coordination Team.
Heather earned a Masters of Agriculture and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Natural Resources Management and Rangeland Ecology with a concentration in Restoration Ecology from Colorado State University. She is happiest when exploring the surrounding mountains on foot, bikes, and snowmobiles with her husband, Tanner.
Mineral County Representative
Conejos Water Users Member at LargeMore About James
Water Views: Water of course is the basis of all life. It is the past, present, and future of the San Luis Valley. I firmly believe we can meet common goals in the water community with honest conversation, ingenuity, and a little good old fashioned grit.
Mineral County Municipalities RepresentativeMore About JB
Alamosa County RepresentativeMore About Jim
Conservation Easements Member at LargeMore About Judy
Legislative AppointeeMore About Karla
Agriculture and Reservoirs Member at LargeMore About Keith
Recreation Member at LargeMore About Kevin
SLV Well Owners Member at LargeMore About Mario
General Member at LargeMore About Mike
Roundtable Chair, Conejos Water Conservancy District RepresentativeMore About Nathan
Trinchera Water Conservancy District RepresentativeMore About Wayne
Water User Member at LargeMore About Peter
Water Views: Like soil, water is a basic resource and is necessary for every aspect of our lives. Managing water properly ensures a stable economy, an abundant food supply and diverse recreational opportunities.
Rio de la Vista
Environmental Member at LargeMore About Rio
Water Views: Water is Life!
Hinsdale County and Municipalities RepresentativeMore About Robert
Agriculture Member at LargeMore About Ron
Costilla Water Conservancy District RepresentativeMore About Ronda
Costilla County Representative
Reservoirs Member at LargeMore About Travis
Water User Member at Large