Colorado Parks and Wildlife promoting boating safety, responsible water recreation at 2020 Denver Boat Show
The 2020 Denver Boat Show, Colorado’s largest boat show, takes place January 17 – 19 at the Colorado Convention Center and Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be there promoting boating safety and responsible water recreation with educational information and fun activities.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will sponsor family activities at the 2020 Denver International Sportsmen’s Expo
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is coordinating the Youth Fair at the International Sportsmen’s Expo, where more than 500 companies pack three giant halls with fishing and hunting products, expert presentations, a variety of informational booths, and a new “Campfire Theater” that will offer tips and tricks for Colorado’s outdoors in a casual setting. The International Sportsmen’s Expo runs from January 9 – 12, 2020 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.
With the Quadrantid meteor shower peaking this weekend, Jackson Lake State Park has the dark skies for a dazzling display
The International Meteor Organization (IMO) is projecting that the Quadrantid meteor shower will peak around 1 a.m. Saturday. AccuWeather predicts that most of Colorado, including the eastern plains, will have good viewing conditions for the shower. And Jackson Lake State Park offers up the dark skies to showcase it all.
Irrigation Innovation Consortium Funds New Projects for 2020
The Irrigation Innovation Consortium, a university and industry collaboration that accelerates the development and adoption of water- and energy-efficient irrigation technology, has announced funding for seven research projects in the upcoming year, including one led by Jay Ham in the Colorado State University Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. The consortium is headquartered at CSU, and its project director is Reagan Waskom, a professor at CSU and director of the Colorado Water Center.
Gov. Polis & CDHS Launch SEE ME Campaign to Battle Stigma of Behavioral Health Conditions
Gov. Jared Polis joined Michelle Barnes, executive director at the Department of Human Services, to launch the new SEE ME campaign, to address the stigma associated with getting mental health or substance use disorder support. The campaign is designed to complement the work of the Colorado Behavioral Health Task Force (BHTF) and provide an opportunity for all Coloradans to take action in support of behavioral health system reform.
Bennet Announces New Legislation to Expand Opportunities for Student Apprenticeship Programs
Bennet Announces New Legislation to Expand Opportunities for Student Apprenticeship Programs Student Apprenticeship Act Will Help Bridge Higher Education and Labor to Better Support Student Apprenticeships Bennet Announces LegislationRead More