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Boulder County Water Tour


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Irrigated sugar beets (photo by Meaghan Huffman)

Mark your calendar for the Boulder County Water Tour, Saturday, June 23, 8:45am – 3pm

Would you like to learn more about the role that water plays in Boulder County agriculture?

Then register today for the Boulder County Water Tour.  This full-day tour will travel from Longmont, to Lyons, to the heart of Boulder and out to Panama Reservoir  – learn about the history of water in Boulder County and see firsthand how the ditch system works and the role that water plays in sustaining agriculture locally.

Registration is $5 per person with a great lunch included.

Questions?  Contact Meaghan Huffman,  mhuffman@bouldercounty.org or 303-678-6181.

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