It All Starts Here.

Water ’22 is a year-long celebration of Colorado’s water dedicated to the idea that “It all starts here.”

It’s about Coloradans from all corners of the state, and all walks of life, recognizing the value of water, and growing in understanding of how water connects all people, upstream and downstream, past, present and future. 

Water ‘22 Student Showcase Winners!

Congratulations to all of the winners as well as the 169 students who submitted to our Student Showcase!  You have all demonstrated your commitment and leadership as a steward of our State’s most precious resource – water!

Click HERE to view the winners and for more information!

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Stormwater Awareness Week

Jessica Thrasher, Colorado Stormwater Center & Water ’22 Partner, joins Fox 31 to discuss Stormwater Awareness Week and what we can do to protect our water that runs into our rivers.

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Chief Manuel Heart, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, discusses how the tribes across the region face many challenges with drought and climate change impacting the available water.

Join Chairman Heart in learning how to do your part today with the 22 Ways to Care for Colorado Water!

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Take The Pledge

By using the hashtag #Water22 you are pledging to engage in 22 Ways to Care for Water in 2022. These small shifts can conserve more than 22 gallons of water a day per person and protect water quality, which will help stretch scarce water supplies and preserve the many values for Colorado water, including agriculture, parks and open space, fish and wildlife habitat, recreation, drinking water and industrial and commercial uses.

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