Connecting the Drops: On Air
Now bringing you the reporting you crave over the radio airways with extras and archives on our website. Visit the audio archives or listen to the latest episode on the planning that has ensued after the September 2013 flooding in northeastern Colorado:
Headwaters Summer 2014
Learn more about the September 2013 flooding in Colorado through the latest issue of Headwaters. Read about what happened in September, recovery efforts and opportunities, living with risk and more. Visit the flood issue on our website here.
Water 101 Fact Sheets
Water 101 fact sheets are one-page references available free for distribution. Hand out when giving presentations, teaching classes or for personal reference. Explore the basics of drought, and wildfire, or read through a series of water conservation fact sheets that highlight the green industry's recommendations. Visit our Climate and Drought page to learn more.
Colorado Foundation for Water Education
COMING THIS AUGUST... Citizen's Guide to Colorado's Transbasin Diversions. This guide will explore the history, negotiations, costs and benefits of these projects from an historical and current point of view.
Want to know more about Transbasin Diversions? CFWE is organizing a panel during the Colorado Water Congress Summer Conference for Friday, August 22 in Snowmass. Learn more about the conference and register here.
The Colorado Foundation for Water Education brings you an all new Water Educator Network!
We're improving the understanding of Colorado water issues by increasing the amount, quality and effectiveness of water education. Local water educators will thrive with tools, trainings and collaborations that are relevant to their work, easily accessible and simple to implement. Learn about Network membership benefits and events here or join us for:
July 30: Water Festival Season Debrief 9 am-12 pm at MSU Denver. Learn more and Register here
TBA: "program evaluation" and "working with schools"
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Colorado's Water Plan
Colorado has arrived at an unprecedented point in water history, one where dialogue and consensus among water leaders is leading to a comprehensive plan to address our state's water challenges. CFWE is proud to support understanding of Colorado's Water Plan and the Basin Implementation Plans. Learn about CFWE's involvement here.
Join the Discussion The most effective way to get involved is to be engaged in your Basin Roundtable. Learn more about when your Roundtable meets, who represents your basin, and what's going on with Colorado's Water Plan visit www.coloradowaterplan.com
Your Water Colorado Blog
MSU Denver students, along with advice from Denver Water and the One World One Water Center for Urban Water Education...
Colorado ski areas got some “fresh powder” in late June in the form of a proposed US Forest Service water rights...
The newest issue of Headwaters magazine focusing on the September 2013 floods in Colorado is now on our website and available...