Helping people appreciate water’s importance often starts with the youngest members of society, and that’s what Denver Water’s youth education program sets out to do — increase students’ knowledge of water in Colorado; educate young learners about who Denver Water is and what we do; and help inspire wise water-use behaviors. Whether in the classroom, learning remotely or exploring the community, YouthEd has a variety of program resources available.
Denver Water Youth Education has developed a selection of presentations available to remote learners as well as in-person classrooms.
Tours for High School Aged Students
Walking tours are available for two treatment plants in the Denver metro area.
Opportunities are available for educators to learn more about water in Colorado. Build understanding of and connection to Colorado's unique water story to share with students by participating online or in-person.
Classroom Lessons and Resources
Online lessons, lesson plans, videos and articles to support classroom activities exploring Colorado water.
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