Poudre Pub Talk: Irrigation Technology

By December 13, 2018
When:
January 12, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Soul Squared Brewing Company
3740 Cleveland Ave
Wellington, CO 80549
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jordan Williams
9702954851
Poudre Pub Talk: Irrigation Technology @ Soul Squared Brewing Company | Wellington | Colorado | United States

As a lead up to the second annual Poudre Pour, the Poudre Heritage Alliance will again be presenting a series of educational pub talks at local breweries throughout Northern Colorado. For the January 12th Pub Talk at Soul Squared Brewing, ‎Zach Thode–a local cattle rancher from Livermore–will discuss how irrigation technology benefits local communities and economies.

Zach is a native of Livermore, working on ranches in this rural community in Northern Colorado from elementary through college. Zach graduated from Colorado State University, with a degree in agricultural engineering. After college, he found work as a construction laborer and advanced to management, spending six years engaged in the construction of municipal water treatment facilities across Colorado and Wyoming. For another five years, Thode worked for Rubicon Water, a firm that designs large scale, gravity-fed irrigation water systems. Zach now manages a large cattle ranch in Livermore, while also continuing in Graduate school, representing the BigIron Auction company, and free-lance consulting. A wife and 4 young children keep Zach focused on the future.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP via Facebook by clicking here.

The Poudre Heritage Alliance and is hosting a series of FREE Poudre Pub Talks January through March 2019  at locations across Northern Colorado, featuring guest speakers talking about a range of subjects related to “good water.” For the full Pub Talk listing, go here.

The Poudre Pub Talks will lead up to the Poudre Pour on Saturday, March 30, 2018 from Noon to 4:00pm. The Poudre Pour will feature  an afternoon of FUN and LEARNING with craft brews, local coffee, and natural soda tasting stations; appetizers made with farm fresh ingredients; presentations on the many facets of “water issues” in Northern Colorado;  kids activities; live entertainment; an art exhibition and a silent auction. For more event information, including sponsorship and ticket sales, click here.