Opening Reception | Our Living Landscape: Exploring Boulder’s Watershed
Boulder is known for its water carved landscapes that sweep from the peaks of the Continental Divide to the iconic Flatirons, and down to the grassy plains.
Everyone lives in a watershed – the land that forms our streams and supports life. Boulder’s watershed is diverse in life, landscapes, geology, and climate. Come explore the Boulder Creek watershed with University of Colorado scientists in Our Living Landscape: Exploring Boulder’s Watershed.
Join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of this Lodge Community Exhibit.
Free + open to the public
Exhibit funded by the University of Colorado’s Office of Outreach and Engagement. In-kind contributions provided by the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory (BcCZO), Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecological Research program (NWT LTER), Center for Water Earth Science and Technology (CWEST), CU Mountain Research Station (MRS), City of Boulder, and Boulder County.