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Snow to Stream: A Workshop and SNOTEL Field Trip

Join Water Education Colorado and Roaring Fork Conservancy on March 9th to find out what snowpack means in terms of water, soil moisture, and forest health, and how climate variability is impacting it all! Participants will spend the morning hearing from a variety of experts and enhancing their water and climate science literacy. The afternoon will feature a unique opportunity to visit a SNOTEL site at the top of McClure Pass! The day is geared toward educators, but is open to the public and will be interesting for anyone wishing to learn more about these topics. Find out more and register here.

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Water Festival Planning Resources

Water Interpretation Resources

Working with Schools Resources for Water Educators

Join the Water Educator Network

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As a member of WEco's Water Educator Network, you'll receive all the benefits of an Individual membership plus additional benefits specifically designed to fit a Colorado water educator's needs. Learn more about the benefits and join the network here

Sharing Proven Resources

In partnership with the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education, the Water Educator Network has created a water education portal on CAEE's full environmental education resource directory.

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Click to add a resource and you'll be redirected to the CAEE website where you'll have to register and log in before being guided through a series of steps to add and describe your resource. 

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