The Colorado Foundation for Water Education, first founded in 2002 by an act of the state legislature, is introducing a new outlook that comes with a new name: Water Education Colorado.
Tasked with the mission to help Coloradans understand that water is a limited resource and to help them make informed decisions, the organization’s next chapter aims to engage and inform more Colorado residents by building on the programs and trust it has developed among the water community over the last 15 years.
The new logo for Water Education Colorado is a creative interpretation of the eight major river basins in Colorado. In addition, the river basins look like speech bubbles. That’s because Water Education Colorado seeks to empower people to join in the conversations that will shape Colorado’s sustainable water future.
The reason Water Education Colorado is investing in growing its audience is simple, says executive director Jayla Poppleton. “Water is…
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