Front Range Watershed Days:

A Community Celebration of Our Watersheds

August 13th, 2021
through
September 26th, 2021

Watershed Days Overview

From the end of August, through the month of September, the Watershed Center, along with partners and sponsors, will be hosting and co-hosting watershed outreach events, educational experiences, and a celebration aimed to inspire people to connect to their watershed through place-based, participatory learning. Participants will include volunteers from diverse demographics (e.g. business, agriculture, recreation, environment, K-12, research, etc.) with a focus on connecting and engaging new audiences.

Upcoming Events

Latest Past Events

World Rivers Day (self-guided challenge)

Celebrate World Rivers Day - September 26th! Eight billion kilograms of plastic ends up in our oceans! Become a hero in ten minutes by joining the self-guided #rivercleanupchallenge and participating […]

Browns & Brews Film Night at Wibby Brewing

Wibby Brewing 209 Emery St., Longmont

The 2021 fall Browns & Brews Speaker series kicks off with a special film night under the stars. Join us at the Wibby Brewing Pavilion for a night of Trout […]

Free

Tributary Bioblitz

Longmont Museum 400 Quail Rd, Longmont

WAITLIST ONLY Help Collect + Identify Macroinvertebrates on the St. Vrain Creek! Join Can'd Aid, Trout Unlimited, City of Longmont and the Left Hand Watershed Center in an effort to collect data and monitor […]

Free

Watershed Days 2021 is brought to you with the help of our sponsors. Thank you for the support!

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Front Range Watershed Days Sponsorship Information

We are seeking businesses, organizations, and individuals to sponsor our events! Your contributions would mean increasing community awareness about groups committed to watershed protection and restoration in the Front Range. Sponsors receive a wide variety of recognition as described in package options below. With various watersheds represented, a newly revitalized demand from community participants, a broad range of content and opportunities, and a large-scale celebration, your sponsorship would increase your exposure across demographics and geographic areas to new audiences.

River Partner $5,000+

  • A package of benefits including all of the benefits of a Headwaters Sponsor plus additional customized benefits designed to meet your needs
  • Private educational or engagement experience for 20 participants provided by Left Hand Watershed Center

Headwaters Sponsor $2,500

  • Verbal recognition during opening remarks at the Watershed Festival by Watershed Center Executive Director
  • Logo included on “Watershed Report” handout provided at all Watershed Days events
  • Invitation to distribute promotional items to event attendees at Watershed Festival (water bottles, hats, t-shirts, pens, handouts etc.)
  • Invitation to deliver remarks at one of the Watershed Days events
  • Logo included on Watershed Festival participant “passport”
  • Recognition on social media channels prior to and following the event
  • Organization logo with prime placement in Watershed Days 2021 promotional materials
  • Organization logo and website link included in promotional email newsletter and Watershed Center webpage

Mainstem Sponsor $1,500

  • Invitation to deliver remarks at one of the Watershed Days events
  • Logo included on Watershed Festival participant “passport”
  • Recognition on social media channels prior to and following the event
  • Organization logo with prime placement in Watershed Days 2021 promotional materials
  • Organization logo and website link included in promotional email newsletter and Watershed Center webpage

Community Sponsor $500

  • Logo included on Watershed Festival participant “passport”
  • Recognition on social media channels prior to and following the event
  • Organization logo displayed in Watershed Days 2021 promotional materials
  • Organization logo and website link included in promotional email newsletter

Sponsorship also allows us to make events free to attendees and help support place-based watershed education opportunities.

What Will I Learn?

What fish habitat looks like in the creek and how scientists measure the habitat

What bugs live in the creek and which ones are indicators of good water quality

What groups are involved in watershed protection and restoration

How forest health is connected to water quality

What restoration features were installed to help improve fish habitat

How the watershed can act as living laboratory for students and adults

Join us to discover and learn more about your home watershed!