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2017 Urban Water Cycle Tour #2

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What is the relationship between water use, river health and urban development? Why is the South Platte River important to understanding our history and future? Explore this waterway by bicycle along with students, public officials and water professionals to discover more!


Join the Barr Milton Watershed Association, Colorado Foundation for Water Education, and Colorado Stormwater Council for this interactive tour, supported by a grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. We'll pedal along the South Platte River from Johnson Habitat Park to Riverside Cemetery, to discover how groups are reclaiming, using and protecting urban waterways. We'll see first-hand water quality improvement projects, learn about stormwater monitoring, history, recreation along the creek, community education, and long-term watershed and urban planning efforts including the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative. We'll wind down from each tour at the Blue Moon Brewery.


All participants must bring their own bikes, and be able to bike approximately 10 miles.


Register today - space is limited. Both the June 6 (morning) and June 7 (afternoon) bike tours are exactly the same. Click to register for the June 7 tour.



June 7th, 2017 1:00 PM   through   5:00 PM
Spree - South Platte River Environmental Education
United States

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Phone: 303-525-5038

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