Aug. 6 – 7, 2019
Join Denver Public Works and Denver Water on a two-day Denver watershed tour for educators to explore how water moves from source to faucet to storm drain. You will learn more about water’s journey to and through our communities and engage in interdisciplinary activities to bring back to your classroom.
- WHEN: 8 a.m., Aug. 6 through 6 p.m., Aug. 7.
- WHERE: Denver Water treatment plant, Cheesman Reservoir, private property along the South Platte River, and North Fork Trail.
- COST: Free, but a $50 security deposit will be required upon registration. Deposit will be refunded upon attendance.
- WHY: Explore Denver’s watershed from a unique perspective, engage in interactive activities for your classroom and brainstorm and exchange ideas with fellow educators.
- WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU: Transportation from Denver, meals, camping along the South Platte River, participation certificate and opportunities to apply for grants to support workshop-inspired activities in the classroom.
Registration is open until the limited spaces are filled. For more information email [email protected].