The Water Connection Series: Where our Water Comes From

When:
July 21, 2022 6:00 pm7:00 pm

Location: Main Library - Frisco

Type: Community Event, Guest Speaker, Special Event

Age: Teens, Adults, Family, All Ages

This summer's theme is Oceans of Possibilities and its time to understand where our water comes from. Snowmelt runoff into local streams provides the majority of water supply in Summit County. And when the Blue River flows beyond county boundaries, its waters continue downstream to feed the Colorado River, one of the most critical sources of water in the West. In this session, High Country Conservation Center Staff will help attendees understand where our water comes from and the impact drought and heat are having on this important resource. Learn about local conservation programs and water efficient rebates to help you become water smart.

Attending one of these series workshops count towards the Adult Summer Reading Program! Visit Beanstack to earn your badge. 

Join us for our final event in the series:

DIY Energy Efficiency for Your Home | Thursday, Aug. 4 @ 6pm
Did you know it takes up to 6,000 gallons of water to power a single light bulb? When you conserve energy, you’re also conserving water. In this workshop, High Country Conservation Center’s home energy efficiency expert, Taylor Magnus, will share simple fixes that will save energy – and water – and improve comfort in your home. Learn about caulking, weather stripping, faucet aerators, programmable thermostats, and more. All attendees will receive free LED lightbulbs and other energy efficiency goodies to install at home.