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Abstract: Introduction
General Note: Box 7, Folder 1 ( Vail Conference 1987 - 1987 ), Item 8
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INTRODUCTION


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Sixth Annual Announcement 1.02
Program 1.03
Participants & Guests List 1.04
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years 1.05







































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1987




WATER




MANAGEMENT




SEMINAR



SIXTH ANNUAL
WATER MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
VAIL, COLORADO
January 10 18, 1987

A winter seminar on water management will be
held in Vail, Colorado, January 10-18, 1987.
Authorities on water management will lead
discussions on current issues and future
developments in water management in or appli-
cable to Florida.
Discussions will be of particular interest
and assistance to lay governing board
members, professional water managers, key
staff personnel, consumers of water,
engineers, hydrologists and attorneys whose
practices involve water use and management.
Florida's Water Resources Act, establishing an
extensive water regulatory management system,
is now 13 years old. It is often cited as
the best comprehensive legal system in the
country. Each of the five regional authori-
ties is faced with problems unique to its own
locale, similar to others in some ways and
yet completely different in others. Florida
has plenty of sunshine, plenty of water...
and plenty of people...putting severe stress
on its delicately balanced hydrologic system.
Although the five-day course is designed pri-
marily for persons already active in water
matters, course materials and sessions will
furnish sufficient background information so
that all participants will benefit.
The seminar schedule is a rigorous one with
formal three-hours sessions each morning as
well as opportunities for informal exchanges
among participants having similar interests.
Participants also will be assigned to small
discussion groups for late afternoon
sessions. Groupings will be changed daily
so that each participant will have an oppor-
tunity to meet with other participants.
Chairman: Buddy Blain, Blain & Cone, P.A.
Tampa, Florida 813-223-3888
Arrangements: Fink, Inc.
202 Madison Street
Tampa, Florida 33602




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