Biosolids are becoming a popular option for fertilizer on the front range and the eastern plains and this has led to many questions and concerns surrounding the use of biosolids in and around watersheds, rivers and populated areas in Colorado.
Join West Adams Conservation District and Brighton NRCS to learn more about biosolids and hopefully get all your questions answered and more! We will have experts from Metro Water, Colorado Department of Health, Colorado State University and Natural Resources Conservation Service. We will also have booths
February 28, 2018
Coffee & Donuts 8am-8:45am First Speakers 8:45am-12pm
Lunch (will be provided) 12pm-1pm Second Speakers 1pm-3:15pm Booth visits 3:15pm-4pm
Adams County Fairgrounds Rendezvous Room in the Dome Please RSVP by Feb 23