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2018 Denver Urban Water Cycle Tour #1

When we think about Colorado waterways, our minds often wander to the larger rivers that traverse the state, like the Arkansas, Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers. However, our smaller, local waterways also play a significant role in providing important ecosystem benefits, as well as water to communities and industries, and habitat areas for wildlife. Join the Barr Milton Watershed Association, Water Education Colorado, Metro Wastewater Reclamation District and the Colorado Stormwater Council for a fun and interactive day learning about the history of the Sand Creek Waterway and efforts to reclaim it. Explore this waterway by bicycle along with citizen leaders, scientists, planners and water managers.


This roughly 9-mile route will begin at Bluff Lake Nature Center. We'll then travel along Sand Creek, head downhill and west, diverting a short distance up Westerly creek before continuing along Sand Creek to Metro Wastewater. To see the tour agenda, click here


All participants must bring their own bikes and be able to bike approximately 10 miles. Additionally, all participants must wear a helmet to ride. Need one or have questions? Contact Amy Conklin at 303.525.5038 or amy.conklin@comcast.net.


Register today - space is limited. Both the June 5 (morning) and June 6 (afternoon) bike tours are exactly the same. Click to register for the June 5 tour.


June 5th, 2018 9:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
3400 Havana Way
Denver, CO 80238
United States

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Phone: 303-525-5038

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