As an alumni and current Enviropreneur, I was asked to speak at this year’s Enviropreneur Institute. I’ve included my presentation below.
I’ve also included a brief summary:
My Story- Five lessons I’ve learn in my Enviropreneur journey.
1. Desire – love what you do and do what you love.
2. Vision- visualize what you want to achieve and the path to success.
3. Continuously learn- develop tools and expand your network.
4. Never give up- you have only failed when you quit trying.
5. Execute- if you never try at all, you will never know.
My Market – An introduction to the water market.
1. Water rights are assets.
2. Limited supply and growing demand present the need for market transactions.
3. Scarce water resources and over appropriation limits water availability.
4. Closed basins and mitigation requirements further expedite the emergence of these markets.
5. Demand is illustrated by a competition for water among three sectors: agricultural, environmental, and urban.
My Projects – the services I provide.
2. Water Market Analysis- recognizing the opportunities that exist in the water market.
3. Water Market Development – capitalizing on water rights assets (water banking).
4. Water Rights Other – water rights brokerage, education, valuations, mitigation, etc.