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Jul 03, 19-Jul 02, 20
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In Memory of Linda Jefferies
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Rep Your Water
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Sara Bella Fishing
Scheels
Sportsman's Warehouse
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Zen Tenkara Flyfishing

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Jay’s Bistro
Linda Jefferies
Phil Keller
Jeannie Weaver

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2020 Children’s Water Festivals

Jerry Pelis, Water Festival Coordinator
Jerry Pelis, Water Festival Coordinator
SPRING IS COMING! Along with Spring’s gentle wave come promises of milder temperatures, awakening wild flowers, ice free streams, restless insects, hungry trout, and antsy fly fishers. Also riding Springtime’s gentle wave are the fertile, inquisitive, receptive minds of school children as they glide toward the end of the school year, pausing at the Children’s Water Festival for non-school, fun, hands-on lessons on how important our water resource is to all, including stream inhabitants.
 
What a great opportunity for us to plant the seeds of cold water conservation in the minds and hearts of these 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. They are truly a precious resource who will carry the stewardship of our favorite resource into the future. Our interactive game, “Who Eats Who At The Stream”, will be conducted at 3 local cities again this year. We were able to get our crucial message about how important cold, clean water is to our watershed out to 469 children last year.
 
Please consider volunteering to assist with Children’s Water Festivals this year. Satisfaction, fun, and smiles guaranteed.

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Colorado fish
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Insects as food for fish
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Colorado fish in a group
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Predators on the loose

Calendar Dates will be announced when available.

Mark Your Calendars

Please contact Jerry Pelis, Water Festival Coordinator to volunteer and for more information.

Youth Outreach programs

Youth Day Camp, Children’s Water Fests in Greeley, Loveland, and Fort Collins, Trout In the Classroom, Scouting, and Colorado TU Youth Camp

Last updated on 18 Feb, 2020