the Clear Creek Watershed Foundation: pioneering new approaches to sustainable watershed management.

Mark your calendars for our 5th Annual

Clear Creek Watershed Fesstival, Saturday September 18 2010

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

10am to 3pm

Creekside at Courtney-Ryley-Cooper Park, Idaho Springs
across from Safeway

The Clear Creek Watershed Festival ExhibitsDiscover what's in your watershed!

Join us for our fifth annual family-oriented event to learn about the Clear Creek Watershed. Lots of fun & entry is FREE!

          • • live music • cool prizes • facepainting • bbq • ice cream • snowmaking • goldpanning • fishing • fly-typing • bounce house • climbing wall • sustainability info & more!
      • hands-on learning at 30 environmental education PASSPORT STATIONS with engaging activities
  • For more information, contact us via e-mail or phone at 303-567-2699. Download a printable PDF flyer here.

2013 Clear Creek Watershed Festival.

 


Sustainable Watershed Management in Action

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Stream Flow Information

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Images of Sustainability

  • Clear Creek as it runs through Clear Creek Canyon
    Clear Creek as it runs through Clear Creek Canyon
  • Maude Monroe/Donna Juanita Mine Site. Photo by Don Allen.
    The Maude Monroe/Donna Juanita Mine Site.
    Photo by Don Allen.
  • Rafting through Clear Creek Canyon. Photo courtesy Clear Creek Rafting
    Rafting through Clear Creek Canyon.
    Photo courtesy Clear Creek Rafting
  • Fishing in one of Clear Creek's Tributaries
    Fishing in Clear Creek
  • Torreys Peak, in the upper Clear Creek Watershed. Photo courtesy of 14ers.com
    Torreys Peak, in the upper Clear Creek Watershed.
    Photo courtesy of 14ers.com
  • The confluence of Clear Creek and the South Platte River in Denver
    The confluence of Clear Creek and the South Platte River in Denver
  • Coors Billboard
    Both Companies and People rely on the Clear Creek Watershed
  • Hiking in the Clear Creek Watershed
    Fourth-graders panning for gold.
  • Double-jacking at the Phoenix mine
    Double-jacking at the Phoenix mine

 

 

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