my enviropreneur story

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My presentation from the 2010 Enviropreneur Institute. This presentation includes: 1. My Story - my enviropreneur lessons. 2. My Market - introduction to the water market.3. My Projects- examples of the services I provide.

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  • 1. Turning Blue into Green Chris Corbin: My Enviropreneur Story

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  • i am an enviropreneur

3. Beer Guy! 4. 5.

  • my story

my market my projects 6. lesson 1desire 7. my storyiwater 8. passion for water 9. water resource management 10. project manager 11. conservation transactions 12. lesson 2vision 13. my storyMBA 14. start up 1 15. 16. brewSolutions, INC 17. BREWBX 18. 19. lesson 3continuously learn 20. tools 21. network 22. lesson 4never give up 23. 24. 25. I have not failed. I just found 10,000 ways that do not work- Thomas Edison 26. lesson 5execute 27.

  • you lose 100% of the races you dont start.
  • - no fear t-shirt

28. 29. Loticturnsblueintogreen. 30. BLUErepresents historic water rights 1 31. GREENmeans opportunities 2 32. my market 33. waterrights 34. 35. property of the state for the use of its people . . .water 36.

  • right tousewater

water right 37. water rights are assets 38. Irrigating Crops 39. quenching thirst 40. quenching thirst 41. Hydropower 42. Industry 43. 21 Recreation 44. 21 Fish and Wildlife 45. supply anddemand 46. The West is the fastest growing part of the country. It is also the driest. -National Geographic Magazine 47. physical supply 48. (Mote 2003) 49. Water levels are declining inaquifers . 50. Steve Running (2009) 51. Steve Running (2009) 52. regulatory supply 53. more valid water right claims than water is available. . . over appropriated 54. Basin closure3 55. Mitigation andAquifer recharge 56. 20 AC-FT 1. Aquifer Recharge 2. Mitigation 57. Future water demand will be met or mitigated by existing water rights. 58. water marketdemand 59. 9 of 12 fastest growing states are located in the West. 60. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 61. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 62. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 63. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 64. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 65. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 66. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 67. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 68. (Dave Nazy, DOE, WA) 69. AgriculturalUrban & Industrial Environmental 70. Gallatin County 71. Agricultural 72. Environmental 73. Urban 74. Missoula County 75. Agricultural 76. Environmental 77. Urban 78. Ravalli County 79. Agricultural 80. Environmental 81. Urban 82. 169,886 irrigated acres USDA, Economic Research Service (2009) 83. 297 miles of blue and red ribbon streams 226 miles ofdewateredstreams Montana FWP, 2009 84. 59% growth since 1990 85. AgriculturalUrban & Industrial Environmental 86. watermarketing 87. buying and selling in amarket 88. Water runs with the land? 89. 1895 90. 91. 45 AC - FT $6,999.99 92. My Projects 93. business strategy 94. 95. water rightsaudits 96. never trustawaterright 97. 9 due diligence 98. water marketanalysis 99. water markets are not everywhere 100. water marketdevelopment 101. Grass Valley French Ditch Company 102. Missoula: 1901 103. Missoula: Now 104. Missoula 105. Urban 106. Restructured Shares80% 20% 107. 20% reduction in revenue 108. Agricultural 109. agricultural 110. AgriculturalEnvironmental 111. Environmental 112. Environmental 113. AgriculturalUrban & Industrial Environmental 114. 115. Urban 116. Water Marketing Agriculture 80% mitigation 20% 117. Agricultural =A shares Urban & Industrial =B shares Environmental& 118. Grass Valley French Ditch Company Roots 119. water rightsother 120. education 121. water restoration certificates 122. Beer Guy! 123. [email_address] 406.531.9156 www.loticwater.com www.activelymovingwater.com www.twitter.com/loticwater 124.

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