Each year, enough trash to fill 14,000 dump trucks is picked up along Colorado’s roadways; some trash can end up in our local waterways.  When it rains, trash from roads and parking lots washes into storm drains that lead directly to creeks and which can be harmful to birds, fish, and other wildlife. Here are some ways that you can… more »


Green is the New PiNK!

Excess nutrients, like Phosphorus, Nitrogen, and Potassium (P-N-K) from fertilizers, can enter our streams and cause too much plant growth.  Plants, like algae, can rob aquatic life, like fish and aquatic insects, of oxygen and might hurt them along the way! How did these extra nutrients get in our water you may ask? Through our storm drains! Follow these easy fertilizing tips… more »


National Rx Drop Off Event – Saturday April 29, 2017

Safely dispose of unwanted and expired medications at this free Rx Drop Off event. All pharmaceuticals, prescription and over-the-counter, from any Colorado resident will be accepted including pills, liquids, patches, etc. Vitamins, dietary supplements, needles, thermometers, household hazardous wastes, and other substances will not be accepted. Find a drop off location near you: Boulder – Boulder County Clerk and Recorder… more »


Water-Wise Landscape Seminars

Every spring, the Center for ReSource Conservation partners with local water providers to offer Water-Wise Landscape Seminars on Xeriscape and other sustainable landscaping practices.  These expert-led seminars are offered at no cost to residents, and they are open to everyone. Register by selecting the seminar and signing up for the event. Spring 2017 Seminar Line-Up: Lafayette: Monday, March 6th Transforming Your… more »


Meet the People Who Grow Our Food

Join us at the 8th Annual From Our Lands To Your Hands Family Farm Fair where you’ll be able to climb up on big tractors and meet with the farmers and ranchers who grow the food you eat. They’ll provide you some fun secrets so you can grow your own garden.  All ages welcome! Wednesday, February 22, 2017 5:00 – 8:00… more »