Teacher Scholarships Available for Water Conservation Tour June 11-12

blue-mesa-resWant to learn firsthand about water conservation and reuse along the Front Range? Learn More About Climate will sponsor two FREE scholarships for educators to attend the Colorado Foundation for Water Education’s Annual Water Efficiency Tour on June 11-12 in Denver.

These much-anticipated, informative tours draw educators, citizens, lawmakers, water managers, and others from across the state. You will gain an understanding of the challenges and successes of water conservation in Colorado. Current conservation practices are being incorporated into the Colorado Water Plan, which will shape the future of water in our state. You will learn about water management practices, history, and challenges.

To apply for one of the Learn More About Climate scholarships, email Hannah Fletcher your name, school, grade level, and a 1-2 sentence statement about why you are interested by Monday, May 25. Awardees will be notified on or before May 27.  One credit hour is available through Colorado School of Mines Teacher Enhancement Program.

Please note: the scholarships cover registration for the two-day event, but lodging and travel are separate. Space is limited.


  1. tom perry says:

    I organize the Trinidad Water Festival which brings 40 water professionals to the Trinidad State Junior College campus to present interactive experiential education activities focused on water to all of the K-12 students and their teachers in Las Animas County.

    We are always looking for new opportunities to present new water education to our students and teachers and find new and informative presentation opportunities. This tour shows promise of opening up new opportunities to bring water education to our students.

    Thank you,

    Tom Perry, President
    Culebra Range Community Coalition

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