‘Low-Tech Stream Restoration for Landowners’ webinar announced

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November 29, 2023 — The Western Landowners Alliance announced Monday its webinar that will be streamed on Zoom beginning Friday, December 1.  Registration for the webinar is free and will give you a membership in the Alliance.  Based in Denver, Colorado, the Western Landowners AllianceOpens in a new tab. “is a West-wide organization of landowners, natural resource managers and partners dedicated to keeping working lands whole and healthy for the benefit of people and wildlife.”  The following announcementOpens in a new tab. is unedited:

The Western Landowners Alliance’s webinar “Low-Tech Stream Restoration for Landowners: The Benefits, Water Rights Issues & Reducing RisksOpens in a new tab.” will feature an informative presentation by Jackie Corday, a Colorado-based water and land attorney and natural resources consultant. Jackie will provide a deep-dive into key considerations for landowners and water rights holders as they evaluate and implement these techniques on their lands. Topics discussed will include: increased water availability and forage for agricultural producers, 2023 Colorado legislation (SB270) to support stream restoration and reducing risk and increasing project success.

Additionally, Kenyon Fields of Mountain Island Ranch will discuss his experience with the extensive process-based riparian restoration projects they have completed on their ranch.

More information:

Low-Tech Stream Restoration for Landowners:
The Benefits, Water Rights Issues & Reducing Risks

Date: Friday, December 1, 2023
Location: Zoom
Time: 12:00 – 1:15 PM MT

Please register here to receive the Zoom linkOpens in a new tab..

Save the dates for future installments in the series:

  • Friday, January 5 at 12:00 PM MT: From pan to sponge: Soil health and water conservation in the Colorado River Basin
  • Friday, February 2 at 12:00 PM MT: Topic TBD
  • Friday, March 1 at 12:00 PM MT: Topic TBD


Since 1995, Deborah has owned and operated LegalTech LLC with a focus on water rights. Before moving to Arizona in 1986, she worked as a quality control analyst for Honeywell and in commercial real estate, both in Texas. She learned about Arizona's water rights from the late and great attorney Michael Brophy of Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite. Her side interests are writing (and reading), Wordpress programming and much more.

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