Colorado Lake and Reservoir Management Association (CLRMA) is a non-profit organization of water management professionals, citizens and lake monitoring volunteers dedicated to preserving and protecting Colorado lakes and reservoirs. Our organization is comprised of people from State, Federal and municipal entities, watershed organizations, as well as citizens who share an interest in the vital resources that Colorado lakes and reservoirs provide. Thousands of people each year enjoy being on or around Colorado's lakes and reservoirs. Water in Colorado works hard to provide habitat for wildlife adjacent to the waters edge, swimming, fishing, boating, bird watching, and even serving as a drinking water source for towns and cities and irrigation water for farms and ranches throughout our state. Colorado's water is a precious resource that must be preserved and protected for the future. Join CLRMA and support this mission!

SAVE THE DATE for April 18th: CLRMA Spring Luncheon

Please Join your CLMRA friends to learn all the latest and greatest on Monitoring. CLRMA will be hosting the annual Spring Luncheon at the Westminster Recreation Center. Agenda and registration will be out soon. This will be a great opportunity to hear what is happening around the state and to get ready for the busy monitoring season.

To register online via credit card, click here.

NALMS Symposium 2017

Start the new year right with a joint NALMS/CLRMA membership for 2017. The NALMS Symposium 2017 is coming to November 6 – 9 2017 Colorado. Enjoy dual membership benefits in 2017. CLRMA is actively planning the NALMS Symposium and there are numerous opportunities to volunteer and help out.

Call for Papers – NALMS is accepting abstracts for the 2017 Symposium. You can submit your abstract online (www.nalms.org/nalms2017/nalms-2017-call-for-abstracts/). Abstracts are due May 31st.

Job Opportunities

Engineering Technician I - Northern Water
This is an entry level positon in a series of three Engineering Technician positions and is under the direct supervision of the Field Services Department Manager, or his/her delegated representative. This position provides technical engineering support in areas such as water quality and water resources throughout Northern Water's boundaries.

Watershed Coordinator - Little Thompson Watershed Coalition
The Coalition seeks a motivated, organized and self-starting leader with project management and communications skills to direct flood recovery and resiliency projects for a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
To learn more about this position, click here.

Does your company have a lake or reservoir related job opening? CLRMA would be happy to post the position with a link it to your company's website. If interested, provide a brief description of the job duties and qualifications (salary range is appreciated but not required) to our President, email located at the bottom of the page. Postings are updated the first of the month.

Renew your CLRMA Membership

Membership renewal forms were mailed out in early January to those members that had an expiring membership. Please renew your membership if you received a form in the mail. The best deal is a 3-yr membership. Members get a discount to all of our events and a copy of the quarterly CLARION. You can renew either by mail or by website with a credit card. For only $20, you can become a member of a great, state-wide lake organization that helps with lake and reservoir management.