San Luis Valley: Well owner education forums start tonight

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From The Pueblo Chieftain (Matt Hildner):

A series of educational forums for domestic well owners and users in the San Luis Valley will kick off tonight at the Sangre de Cristo Parish Hall. The forums will provide information on how to collect water for testing, how to shock chlorinate a well to kill bacteria and how to interpret well-testing results…

The meetings are sponsored by the SLV Leap High project, a collaborative group of local nonprofits, businesses, government and educational entities. All meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call the San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council at 1-719-589-1518. The schedule for the forums is: today, Sangre de Cristo Parish Hall, San Luis; Thursday, Blanca/Fort Garland Community Center; June 9, Moffat School Round Room; June 11, Kiwanis Building, Center; June 16, Hospice del Valle, Alamosa; and June 18, Mosca Community Building.

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  1. Packaged water treatment plants go hand in hand with wells. The costs of these systems have come down in recent years and the quality of water that is produced can be better then bottled water.

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