[2019 AR] How we implement public education

Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Group watching hawks

Raegan Knobbe, an 8th grader at the Challenge School in the Cherry Creek District, received her award from Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Educator Mallory Hiss. The Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority sponsors the Science Fair each year and provides this award in recognition of excellence and outstanding achievements in Environmental Science. Raegan received the award in 2019 for her project “Impact of Nonpoint Source Pollution from Farms in the Denver Area on Water Quality”.

2019 Report

How we implement public education

CCBWQA is responsible for developing and implementing a public information and education program, which it fulfills by partially funding and utilizing the service of the Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners (Partners).

In addition to providing tours and events that remind watershed residents of their ability to reduce pollution from sources that could be mobilized during storm events, the Partners promote awareness of the value and function of the many pollution abatement projects that have been constructed in the Cherry Creek Basin with funding from the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority and their valuable partners: Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Arapahoe and Douglas County Open Space Programs, the Cities and Towns of Aurora, Castle Rock, Centennial, Denver, Lone Tree, Parker, Parker Jordan Metropolitan District, Colorado State Parks and Great Outdoors Colorado.

More information about the Partners' educational activities can be found in the links below.

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