The City of Cañon City’s Stormwater Program is offering a free 2 hour workshop on STEM education and stormwater management: students investigating stormwater, with guidance from educators, engineers and other environmental professionals, and devising novel solutions to stormwater runoff. The workshop is an introduction to the “Keep It Clean – Neighborhood Environmental Trios” Program through Denver Public Works and Earth Force. This workshop and the KIC-NET program would be a valuable tool for all those interested in environmental education.
The program provides schools with STEM units focused on watershed investigations leading to action projects. The workshop provides information and hands-on training. At the end of the workshop the attendees will be given some of the KIC-NET training materials.
The workshop will be held at City Hall in the Council Chambers from 1-3 pm on Friday, October 21. See attached flyer. Some of the workshop exercises may be held outside, weather permitting. If you have waders please bring them with you.
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 276-5265. And please feel free to pass the invitation along to others you feel would be interested in attending the workshop. There is not a limit on the amount of attendees.
To learn more about the program and workshop please visit the following links.
Glenda R. DeBekker
City of Canon City
P.O. Box 1460
128 Main Street
Canon City, CO 81215-1460
"We live in a global environment, which is a closed system. Environmental contamination affects us all." - Richard Radcliff