AGENDA: Western Water: Expanding Uses/Finite Supplies

Publication Year:
1986
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https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/western-water-expanding-uses-finite-supplies/1
Author(s):
University of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center
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conference paper description
Conference organizers and/or faculty included University of Colorado School of Law professors James N. Corbridge, Jr., Lawrence J. MacDonnell and David H. Getches.This conference featured luncheon talks by Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm and Undersecretary of the Department of the Interior Ann McLaughlin. The conference attracted 115 registrants from 19 states plus the District of Columbia.