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2020 RIVER WATCH TRAINING River Watch 2020 Training Registration To be announced River Watch trainings provide an opportunity for your organization to become volunteer water quality monitors in Colorado. River Watch volunteers come in all shapes in sizes: Middle, Elementary and High School groups participate in our program to provide in-depth education and experience in real life science that extends beyond the classroom. Conservation groups and community organizations concerned with water qual...
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Congratulations to Tayler Rocha of Monte Vista River Watch!

h2 {display: none;} blockquote {color: #676767} .blog-post-featured-img.img-overlay {display:none;} .top-title-wrapper {background-color: black;} #header {border: none;} Tayler Rocha, a River Watch student at Monte Vista, Pictured here with her teacher, Loree Harvey, has gained international recognition for her work on water quality! In 2010, a 6500 acre wildfire scorched the Medano Creek watershed, a premier feature with high public use at the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Prese...
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Loree Harvey wins the prestigious Chevrolet Green Educator Award!

h2 {display: none;} blockquote {color: #676767} .blog-post-featured-img.img-overlay {display:none;} .top-title-wrapper {background-color: black;} #header {border: none;} We are very proud to announce that our own Loree Harvey of Monte Vista has won the prestigious Chevrolet GREEN Educator Award for 2012. Loree is one of only 5 teachers nationwide to win the award. We are proud to have nominated her for this award. Loree, thank you for all you have given your students and your commi...
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River Watch Awarded the Subaru Foundation for America Award!

h2 {display: none;} blockquote {color: #676767} .blog-post-featured-img.img-overlay {display:none;} .top-title-wrapper {background-color: black;} #header {border: none;} The Subaru Foundation for America Grant Collecting Data for Cleaner Water Through the Colorado River Watch program, more than 75,000 students have collected data for use by the state of Colorado. Currently, 55 schools have this program in their classrooms, with 825 kids actively collecting the data. Beyond the ...
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About River Watch

River Watch is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program operated by the non profit 501©3 Colorado Watershed Assembly in cooperation with Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). Our mission is to work with voluntary stewards to monitor water quality and other indicators of watershed health and utilize this high quality data to educate citizens and inform decision makers about the condition of Colorado’s waters. This program is unique in its statewide focus and frequency of data col...
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About River Watch

#pic {margin-bottom: 25px;} River Watch is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program operated by the non profit 501©3 Colorado Watershed Assembly in cooperation with Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). Our mission is to work with voluntary stewards to monitor water quality and other indicators of watershed health and utilize this high quality data to educate citizens and inform decision makers about the condition of Colorado’s waters. This program is unique in its statew...
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