4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference

Screen shot 2014-04-14 at 8.00.23 PMThe 4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference will be held in Creede, Colorado on April 24 and 25 2014!  The conference is free and open to everyone (although lunch is $10 for each day). Thursday April 24, 2014, we will be hosting two concurrent session one of which is about the Colorado Data Sharing Network and the other about Heritage Tourism.  These are from 11-2 and will include a working lunch.  After the workshops, we will have two concurrent tours, one will go to Rio Grande Silver and they will show off their coreshed.  The other tour will include WCRC projects.  (The Solomon, The Floodplain and the Nelson Tunnel).  These tours will take place from 230-430ish.

Following the workshops and tours, Rare Things Gallery will host a private event with wine and cheese at the gallery.  Staff will be around to discuss their wares.  Also, from 6-8ish, there will be trivia night at Tommyknocker Tavern.  We have been working hard on getting some prizes and great trivia.  
Friday April 25 2014 we will have a full day of speakers from 9-5 with two panels to interact with the audience.  There will be breaks, of course, with snacks and a chance to speak with our poster presenters/exhibitors.  
Then, we have the 4th Annual High Country Hustle on Saturday April 26.  This is an annual event with the Rio Grande Headwaters Restoration Project to raise awareness about water and our organizations.  
To register for the San Juan Mining Conference please visit: www.willowcreede.org
To register for the High Country Hustle visit:www.highcountryhustle.webs.com
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