‘Water Brings Life to Land’ Ebbs and Flows at Denver International Airport

Water Brings Life to Land exhibit July 2016.  Photograph provided courtesy of Denver International Airport.
Water Brings Life to Land exhibit July 2016. Photograph provided courtesy of Denver International Airport.

Here’s the release from the Barr-Milton Watershed Association (Amy Conklin):

To help celebrate National Lakes Appreciation Month, passengers at Denver International Airport (DEN) can connect with Colorado’s water through a new temporary art exhibit, “Water Brings Life to Land.”

The exhibit, which can be seen at the southeast end of the Jeppesen Terminal on Level 5 through October, is a collaboration among the Barr Lake & Milton Reservoir Watershed Association and Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Display cases feature different educational topics about water, including: watersheds; how too many nutrients degrade water quality; why it’s important to keep Colorado’s water clean; things to do at nearby Barr Lake State Park and other state parks; and different ways to safely enjoy Colorado’s water.

The exhibit seeks to inspire travelers to be aware about living within or traveling to other watersheds, and why it’s important to protect water quality everywhere.

Additional information about Barr Lake & Milton Reservoir can be found at http://www.barr-milton.org/
and Colorado Parks and Wildlife at http://cpw.state.co.us/

See photos of the Water Brings Life to Land exhibit at DEN here.

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