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1 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Program 1 Date: 9/28/10 World Water Monitoring Day Booth (Educational Programming) Activity: Measurable Goal: Conduct Outreach World Water Monitoring Day Host and staff booth at World Monitoring Day Event Attachments: 1) World Water Monitoring Day Booth Schedule 2) World Water Monitoring Day Attendees Specifics: Activity Date: 9/28/10; 8:30am 2:30pm Location of Activity: Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant facility, on S. Platte Canyon Ave., next to South Platte River Number of individualized contacts with public: over 200 students Number of rubber ducks handed out: approximately 200 Number of giveaway items w/ WQ message handed out: approximately 250 Many schools and community groups participated in the World Water Monitoring Day Open House at the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant. Over 200 sampling kits were distributed to various schools and individuals so that they could monitor a near by water body and record their data.

2 Littleton/Englewood WWTP World Monitoring Day Booth Schedule September 28th, Tuesday, 9:00am 3:00pm NPDES Program 1: Public Education & Outreach Time Entity (person) Entity (person) 8:00 (set up booth) Steve (Arapahoe County) Carrie (SEMSWA) 9:00 Fred (Littleton) 10:00 Troy (Columbine Valley) Fred (Littleton) 11:00 Fred (Littleton) 12:00 Casey (Partners) Carrie (SEMSWA) 1:00 Casey (Partners) Carrie (SEMSWA) 2:00 Terry (E-470) Carrie (SEMSWA) 3:00 (booth breakdown) Steve (Arapahoe County) (booth breakdown) Carrie (SEMSWA)

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5 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Programs 1 & 2 Date: 10/2/10 Cherry Creek Run for the Watershed Relay Race (Public Education Outreach and Public Participation) Activity: Conduct Outreach at Run for the Watershed race by soliciting teams to promote and enjoy the riparian area of Cherry Creek, and show off the WQ efforts of MS4 entities stream restoration projects Measurable Goal: 4 planning meetings; Sponsor aide stations, at Checkpoint #5 (SPLASH) and #9 (SEMSWA) along the route with information; and Participate as team members in Partners Cherry Creek Run for the Watershed (Stormwater Princesses) Attachments: 1) Run for the Watershed Race Brochure 2) Map of the course 3) SPLASH Aid Station Booth and Relay Run pictures Specifics: Activity Date: 10/2/10; 6:00am 2pm Location of Activity: 50 miles along Cherry Creek, primarily on Cherry Creek Regional Trail, starting at top of watershed south of Castlewood Canyon State Park, and finishing at Cherry Creek State Park Number of individualized contacts with public: 150+ participants

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7 Relay Exchange Points There will be a total of 10 exchange points. Each team must have the equipment necessary to meet safety requirements of a relay race, including a minimum of two (2) reflective safety vests to be worn while competing on open roads, a sign for your shuttle vehicle(s) stating: Caution, Runners on Road posted in the rear window, a wireless phone for the biker/runner/walker, and a first aid kit for the vehicle(s). At each exchange point, volunteers will assist team members with information for that particular leg of the relay. Vehicles must proceed directly to the next exchange; DO NOT follow runner with vehicle. Only one vehicle per team is allowed at each transfer point. It is critical that all participants follow all traffic safety laws, including running against traffic. The relay race consists of 10 legs, of varying length. There will be NO route markings; team captains are encouraged to familiarize each participant with the nuances of their route. Please note: Legs 2 and 7 are mandatory walking legs. Leg 1 and 5 are mandatory biking legs. All distances are approximate. Start: Larkspur exit off I-25 (CR 56), east side of I-25 about ¼ mile. Bikers must be at Starting line at 6:45 am for Pre-Race announcements. Leg #1: Biker: This leg is 6.3 miles and primarily a rolling hill segment on dirt road. Relay Exchange Point between combined Leg 1and Leg 2: This exchange point is located at the intersection of County Road 56 and E. Garton Rd.; utilize the wide area at the intersection for parking. Leg #2: Walker: The 2 nd leg is 2.4 miles and has a nice hill; primarily paved surfaces. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 2 and Leg 3: This exchange point is located on Castlewood Canyon Rd. just north of the intersection with County Rd 11 (S. Lake Gulch Rd.); utilize the widened area on the east side where the asphalt turns to dirt for parking. Leg #3: Runner: The 3 rd leg is 5.0 miles, on natural surfaces of Castlewood Canyon Road, then the trail in Castlewood Canyon Park. Runners access the CC Regional trail by using the west stairway entrance off Castlewood Canyon Rd. (clump of trees at crest of the hill is entrance to stairs opposite the boulder pull-out); proceed down the steps to the trail. The exchange will be on the trail immediately below the Falls Parking Lot. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 4 and Leg 5: This exchange point is located on the Cherry Creek Trail within west Castlewood Canyon State Park below (east of) the Falls Parking Lot, the most southern parking lot within the Park. Leg 4 Runners get let off at the parking lot and make their way on the Falls Spur to exchange point. Leg #4 Runner: Leg 4 is 4.4 miles in length, and will be primarily on Castlewood Canyon Rd, then accessing the CC trail again just south of Hwy 86, and going under the bridge. It s all downhill now! Relay Exchange Point between Leg 4 and Leg 5: This exchange point is located at the end of N. Walker Road, accessed north off of Highway 86, and west of Castlewood Canyon Road. Utilize the trailhead lot for parking and dropping off bike. Leg #5 Biker: Leg 5 is 9.8 miles and will be on the CC Regional trail exclusively. Relay Exchange Point between combined Leg 5 and Leg 6: This exchange point is located at East Bank Park, immediately west of Parker Road at Indian Pipe Rd; restroom is available. Leg #6 Runner: The 6 th leg is 3.5 miles, exclusively on the CC Regional Trail. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 6 and Leg 7: This exchange point is located east of Challenger Park Recreation Center (immediately north of Lincoln Avenue) on the trail below the far-eastern parking lot on the north side of the park. A sidewalk connects this parking lot to the CC trail to the east. Utilize this lot for drop-off and parking. Restroom is available at Recreation Center. Leg #7: Walker: Leg 7 is 1.8 miles, and will be on the CC Regional Trail exclusively. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 7 and Leg 8: This exchange point is located at Cottonwood Equestrian Park (half way between Parker and Jordan on Cottonwood Road) south of the road and west of the creek; portable restroom facility is available. Leg #8 Runner: Leg 8 is approximately 4.6 miles (new route this year); runner will be on the CC trail to just north of Bronco s Pkwy, but will cross over Eco Park Bridge, west thru the park to Jasper, south half block to Jamison and west a block to Jordan, then north on Jordan to Caley. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 8and Leg 9: This exchange point is at the south trail entrance into CC State Park off East Caley Avenue, east of Jordan Rd; park along roadway. Leg #9 Runner: The 9 th Leg is 4.1 miles, and is mostly soft surface trails in the Park, heading from Caley entrance north on the concrete trail, then heading northwest on asphalt/dirt to Cottonwood Creek, then north along Cottonwood Creek on crusher fines trail, then west on the old Belleview alignment, then heading north and west to Dayton street. Relay Exchange Point between Leg 9 and Leg 10: This exchange point is on Dayton just north of Chenango Ave. at the Cherry Creek High School stop light for the west side pedestrian entrance to the park; utilize parking lots at the school. Leg #10 Runner: Leg 10 is 0.85 miles, all hard surface, and follows Dayton St. into Cherry Creek State Park, and continues on the CC Trail to the Marina and beach area for the finish line*. *Finish Line is different this year; please refer to map! Team Captain Briefing is September 28 th, the South Metro Chamber of Commerce on University Blvd., south of Arapahoe Road, and across from SouthGlenn Mall area. Entrance on north side of the building. Route is subject to change; please check for Race updates and route maps at after 8/31/10 Relay Race Adventure The trail route will NOT be marked. Use available maps and exchange point descriptions to navigate the route. Remember, it is the journey! Good Luck! Awards The main purpose of the relay is to encourage appreciation of the watershed s natural wonders, as well as providing a race experience in a rally format. The rally part of the watershed run rewards the team that travels the race route at typical times using the averages of actual previous participants for that leg. Each team is scored at each Exchange Point, with points awarded based on how close to the calculated typical rally time your team arrives. Awards will be given for cumulated points from all Exchange Points. The winning team s name will be added to the award plaque and will keep it for a year, with bragging rights! For those teams with a need for speed, the fastest place team will also receive an award at the finish. We are also encouraging teams to show their SPIRIT! The team that brought something special to the race will be rewarded at the finish with a Spirit Award. The winning team will exhibit the most team pride and sense of fun and will be a proud recipient of a special traveling trophy. Judging criteria will include showing your spirit on the vehicle, in your costumes, singing at the staging areas, etc. Be creative, unique, and celebrate the fun of the eco-trek race experience! Additional Course Information The trail route will not be marked. Exchange Points will have set cutoff times for arriving at the exchange; at the cutoff time, the waiting teammate will be released and the leg time entry for the team will be the cutoff time. For safety reasons, the use of electronic devices or running with dogs/baby strollers discouraged. The Route is road (mostly soft surface) and trail (concrete on CC Regional and soft within Park). The public roads will be open to all vehicular traffic during the race. All safety traffic laws must be obeyed at all times. Runners/walkers are required to run/walk on the side of the road facing on-coming traffic when no sidewalks. The Cherry Creek Trail is a multi-use trail and will be open to other users during the race. NO speed racing bikes! Rally format is not speed! Transportation to and from the Relay Exchanges is the responsibility of the relay teams. Each team is allowed only three (3) vehicles, so teams should consider dividing the race into 3 sections to coordinate drop-off and pick-up of runners. There are 2 sponsored aid stations. Food and drinks at the finish. Finish line 1:30. Race day check-in 6:15; Port-a-let available at the Start. All race waivers must be completed to participate. Team # will be assigned at check-in. Mandatory Pre-Race announcements at 6:45 am. 6 th Annual Cherry Creek Run for the Watershed Relay Race October 2, :00 am Celebrating the splendor and diversity of the watershed, from the top of the basin, downhill to Cherry Creek State Park 50 Mile Relay Race Adventure! Sponsored by Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners American Public Works Association Entry Fee: $25/team member

8 Parking: At the Start: Staging area parking is the open areas along County Rd 56 east of the CR 56 Larkspur exit, #173 At the Finish: Cherry Creek State Park, Marina Parking Lot, Hobie Hill Parking Lot & limited parking along beach picnic area Welcome to the 6 th Annual Cherry Creek Watershed Relay. This relay race is approximately 50 miles in length, and brings your team from the top of the watershed to the reservoir at Cherry Creek State Park, running through Douglas and Arapahoe counties, and the cities and towns of Franktown, Parker, Centennial, Aurora, and Greenwood Village. Along the way, you will be biking, running or walking through some very special terrain, indicative of the varied ecosystems within a watershed. The beginning of the race will see you traversing the hills and forest at the top of the watershed. Soon you will be traveling downhill to Castlewood Canyon State Park, enjoying the beauty of Cherry Creek as you run through the west canyon of the park and on to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail through Parker, unincorporated Arapahoe County, and the NEW portion of trail in Centennial, going off trail through the Eco Park, then to Jordan Road before reaching Cherry Creek State Park at the southern Caley Avenue entrance. Once in the park, you will head north on the internal park trail, make your way west to Cottonwood Creek, continue on the soft surface trail along Cottonwood Creek, then to Dayton, along the trail to the beach, and the finish line and celebration at the beach picnic area. Each participant will receive a Cherry Creek Partners commemorative gift. Food and refreshments and possible prizes will await you at the Finish! The Partners organization has been actively promoting effective stewardship of the Cherry Creek watershed since 1999, and this annual race event is an exciting way to showcase the watershed. The Partners are excited to co-sponsor this opportunity with the American Public Works Association (APWA) to experience the Cherry Creek watershed up-close-and-personal. We invite you to bring family and supporters to see your team finish near the west side Marina and beach area and to join in on the finish line festivities. Team costumes, theme teams, and vehicle decorations are ENCOURAGED and will be rewarded with a chance at the traveling Spirit Award! Please note: This year the race takes on an adventure quality, meaning that the race route will NOT BE MARKED and the unprepared could get lost. This means that each participant needs to be very sure of the nuances of their particular leg of the race so as to avoid getting lost and affecting the rally time for the team. There are never enough markings, so now we are celebrating the journey! Also, Exchange Points will have cutoff times, at which point the waiting team member will be released for their leg, and the rally time for that leg will be the established cutoff time. Registration Information: $25/team member Registrations can be paid with a credit card. Casey at for instructions to how to pay by credit card. Race Entry Form is on the Partners website, Registration cut off is September 28 th ; 20 teams total. If you need to use a check for entry, mail registrations to: Cherry Creek Run for the Watershed Team Relay 415 S. High Street, Denver, CO Checks payable to: Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Team Captain must check in to receive Team # from 6:15 6:45 am, Saturday, October 2 nd at the Race staging area, Larkspur Exit on I-25, SE corner. Race begins at 7:00 am. Teams consist of a minimum of five (5), and no more than 10 team members; must be co-ed. Each Team member must sign a Waiver Form, to be provided to Casey prior to the Start. **NEW for 2010: The trail will NOT be marked! Each team member needs to know their route, and is responsible for getting to the correct exchange points at their leg s start and endpoint. We encourage your team to re-group and finish the relay together for prizes, food, and revelry. Team Captain will complete waivers, available on line at and to or mail them to the above address. Only 3 vehicles per team will be allowed, as regulated by our event permits from the cities and counties. A total of 3 State Park passes will be issued to each team to enter state parks. I-25 County N Start Area N Finish Area Larkspur Exit Dayton Road 56 Exit # 173 Dam Road Parking Area Staging Area West Entrance to Park Start Line County Road 56 (Upper Lake Gulch Road) Hobie Hill Parking Lot Finish Line & Beach Picnic Area Limited parking Marina L a k e

9 START. 7:00 AM. Upper Lake Gulch Rd. Exit E FINISH. Cherry Creek State Park OVERALL ROUTE

10 SPLASH/Partners CC Run for the Watershed Relay Race 2010 Photos, page 1 Race participants gather at the start of the race SPLASH Booth at Aid Station #5 14 teams, including several SPLASH/MS4 teams and other SPLASH members on consultant teams participated in the Run for the Watershed and checked out the stream stabilization improvements done by Arapahoe County and Parker along the Cherry Creek Regional trail Race participants and families stop by the SPLASH Booth at Station #9

11 SPLASH/Partners CC Run for the Watershed Relay Race 2010 Photos, page 2 Team Stormwater Princesses sponsored by SPLASH won the Spirit Award with their passion for Cherry Creek and tiaras. The Stormwater Princesses weren t the only ones showing spirit and having fun!

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13 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Programs 1, 2, 4, and 5 Date: 11/04/10 Cherry Creek Partners Annual Conference Activity: Measurable Goal: Conduct Outreach at Partners Annual Conference; MS4 educational training on Educational Outreach (Program 1); Public Participation (Program 2); GESC (Program 4); and Permanent BMPs (Program 5) Plan technical program to include MS4 program education Attachments: 1) Conference Registration 2) Conference agenda 3) Pictures of conference Specifics: Activity Date: 11/04/10; 7:30am 3:30pm Location of Activity: Wildlife Experience Number of individualized contacts with public: approximately 130 attendees Silent Auction items donated by SPLASH Members included: Glendale Glendale Entertainment Basket Greenwood Village 2 Cherry Creek State Park Passes City of Littleton Edible & Medicinal Plants of the Rockies Arapahoe County Books of Local Interest

14 Time Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners, Cherry Creek Basin WQ Authority & APWA present: Annual Update of Cherry Creek Watershed Successes Thursday, November 4, 2010, 7:00am 3:30pm Conference Location: The Wildlife Experience Thursday, November 4 th 7:00 8:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast 8:00 8:30 Welcome: Casey Davenhill, Stewardship Partners Coordinator 8:30 10:00 Technical Advances in the Basin: PRESENTATIONS ON BASIN AUTHORITY STREAM RECLAMATION PRIORITIZATION EFFORTS, STREAMLINED PERMITTING PROCESSES FOR DRY UTILITIES, A HIGHLIGHT OF FLOODPLAIN STRATEGIES USED IN THE BASIN, AND AN UPDATE ON THE RESERVOIR AERATION SYSTEM AND IN-LAKE WATER QUALITY IMPACTS 10:00 10:30 Break: Networking, Refreshments, Poster display viewing, & Silent Auction bidding 10:30 12:00 Bridging Technical Advances & Stewardship Goals: PRESENTATIONS ON SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE USE OF VOLUNTEERS FOR CIP AND RESTORATION PROJECTS, THE ROLE OF THE NGO IN ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP, AGRICULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR WATER QUALITY, AND A COLORADO FRONT RANGE TRAIL TRAVELOGUE 12:00 1:30 Lunch; Award Ceremony; Silent Auction bidding ends 1:30 1:30 3:00 Recreation & Stewardship Opportunities: PRESENTATIONS ON ECO-CACHING ACTIVITIES IN THE BASIN, DENVER S CROSS BOUNDARY WEED COORDINATION AND CITIZEN STEWARDS EFFORTS, AND THE POTENTIAL FOR UNIVERSAL DESIGN IN WATERSHED AMENITIES 3:00 3:30 Conference Closing Remarks: Cherry Creek Working Group Update Registration $50 3:30 Conference Close: Afternoon Snack, Networking; pick up Silent Auction items at registration desk Conference Highlights Presentations that highlight 2010 watershed activities, including technical strategies, watershed issues, stream reclamation efforts, recreation updates, and stewardship activities; 3 breaks for networking, Poster Display viewing, Wildlife Experience display viewings, and Silent Auction bidding; Up-to-date information via the Poster Displays on recreational resources, basin projects, organization memberships, and long-term strategies for water quality enhancement; and Interaction with other partners interested in enhanced planning, science, education, recreation and stewardship in the CC basin. Additional information available at after 10/15/10 Lunch One Day Registration Early (by 10/27) Early Senior or Student by 10/27 Late (after 27 th or at the door) Full Day Conference (Includes continental breakfast, morning refreshment, sit-down lunch, afternoon refreshment, handout packet and swag!) $50 $25 $75 Please indicate your preference for lunch from the following 3 options (underline your choice) Marinated Flank Steak Spinach Salad Seared Tuna Nicoise Salad with Mixed Greens Grilled Portobello Mushroom Spinach Salad Please complete this form and with credit card information completed below; you may also Fax completed form to Early registration by 10/27 and save $25! Name: Click here to enter Name Organization: Org Name Address: Street Address City/State: City/ST Zip: Zip Phone: Phone # Fax: FAX # Registration questions? Joan, Conference or call Joan at $50 Payment Options: Check: Please make payable to CCSP and mail to Credit Card: Visa, Discover, or MasterCard (Payment will be in accordance with credit card issuer agreements) Fax #: Confirmations will not be sent unless requested Card #: Click here to enter number Exp Date: Exp Date Name on Card: Name on card Total Amount Charged: $ Amount Additional details and on-line Registration Form to complete w/ credit card info or check for $50 fee at after 10/15 Some student scholarships available. Please contact or for additional information. Mailed Registrations to: CCSP Conference c/o ICEC, Inc., # S. Simms Street, Unit 0 Littleton, CO 80127

15 Conference Agenda 7:00 8:00: Registration and Breakfast SPONSORED BY VALERIAN, LLC 8:00 8:30: Welcome, Casey Davenhill, Watershed Coordinator 8:30 10:00: Technical Advances Moderator: Jackie Sanderson, Douglas County Open Space My project is better than your project - Stream Reclamation Prioritization Efforts by the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority, Bill Ruzzo, William P. Ruzzo, LLC Have a little faith - Streamlined Process in Grading, Erosion and Sediment Control Permitting for Dry Utilities, Brad Cox, Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority Worse before it gets better? - Update on the Impacts of the De-stratification System at the Reservoir, Craig Wolf, GEI Consultants, Inc. Risky business Harm Prevention Strategies (aka Floodplain Management) in the Cherry Creek Basin, Kimberley Pirri, URS Corporation 10:00 10:30: Break (Silent Auction bidding & Networking) SPONSORED BY ERO 10:30 12:00: Bridging the Technical with Stewardship Moderator: Steve Miller, Arapahoe County Is anything really free? - Specs for Utilizing Volunteers for Re-vegetation efforts on Construction and Maintenance Projects, Laura Backus, Biohabitats Best Frenemy - The Role of the Environmental NGO in Watershed Stewardship, Todd Fehr, Development Insights, Inc. and Trout Unlimited Board Member Exempt but not forgotten - Agricultural Considerations in Meeting Water Quality Goals for the Reservoir, Dan Nosal, USDS Natural Resource Conservation Service Getting lost in Cherry Creek - Colorado Front Range Trail Update, Sarah McGregor 12:00 1:30 Lunch & Awards (Silent Auction Bidding ends 1:30) SPONSORED BY MOSER & ASSOCIATES & BROWN AND CALDWELL 1:30 2:45 Stewardship Opportunities Moderator: Jo Scarbeary, CherryCreekStewardshipPartners Getting children out in nature- Eco-caching in the Cherry Creek Basin, Chuck Schrader, PKM Design Group Your weed is now MY weed - Cross Boundary Weed Coordination and Organizing Citizen Stewards, Kelly Uhing, C/C Denver Parks and Recreation/Natural Resources Division Accommodations for ALL users - Universal Design Potential in the Cherry Creek Basin, Charlie Chase, University of Colorado Landscape Architecture Studies 2:45 3:15: Cherry Creek Working Group Update 3:15 Closing Remarks & Snack Break (Pick up Silent Auction items) SPONSORED BY WRC ENGINEERING

16 Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Annual Conference SPLASH Conference and Silent Auction Sponsors SPLASH booth at 2010 Conference Poster Exhibit Conference attendees enjoying a presentation 2010 Conference attendees network and support education efforts in the Cherry Creek Basin by biding on Silent Auction items during a break.

17 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Program 1 and 2 Date: Spring and Fall Equinoxes, Summer and Winter Solstices Annual Season Tours Activity: Measurable Goal: Attachments: Work with Partners on implementing Volunteer activity Publicize and participate in Volunteer cleanup day, or similar Winter Solstice Tour Invite Specifics: Activity Date: 12/18/10, 10 AM noon Location of Activity: Cherry Creek Ecological Park Eco Park on the Spring Equinox Tour

18 Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Walk in the Park Saturday, December 18, :00 am - Noon Exploring the Ecology of Cherry Creek Join the Alluvial Fan Club. The Winter Solstice Tour 2010 will explore the less traveled areas of the Park with a continuing focus on the geology and hydrology of the Cherry Creek Ecological Park. We will increase our knowledge of local soil, rocks and water and the plants and animals who love them. The Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners will lead a Winter Solstice Tour as part of the quarterly census of wildlife activity at the Park. Who lives here? How have they adapted their lifestyle to their home? How have they adapted their home to their lifestyle? Learn about nature and science at this unique open space park in Arapahoe County. This is our fourth annual winter solstice walk. Here is a short list of what we saw when we visited the park 12/20/09: Mallard Flicker Towhee Junco House Finch Red-tailed Hawk Song Sparrow Tree Sparrow Various Gulls Rabbits Coyote tracks and scat The Park can be accessed from the intersection of Arapahoe and Jordan roads. Take Jordan Road south approximately 1.3 miles, turn left on Jamison Street and then left on Jasper Court. The Park is open from dawn to dusk daily. Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority, Arapahoe County, City and County of Denver, Douglas County, City of Aurora, Parker Jordan Metro District, Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority, Arapahoe County SPLASH, Denver Botanic Gardens, Douglas County Open Space and Natural Resources Direct inquiries to Casey Davenhill: ;

19 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Program 1 Date: School Year Adopt a Classroom, Colorado Foundation for Agriculture Activity: Measurable Goal: Adopt a Classroom 1) Continue existing partnerships (Colorado Foundation for Agriculture) 2) Adopt a classroom Attachments: 1) Acknowledgement certificates SPLASH adopted 2 classrooms this year and provided Understanding Water Activity Books and Watershed Defender Comic Books through the Department of Agriculture. Publications and support provided by the Department of Agriculture help educate kids about the importance of agriculture and our watersheds. Understanding Water Activity Book Watershed Defender Comic Book

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23 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Program 1 Date: 2010 Classroom Visits and Field Trips (Ed Kit) Activity: Measurable Goal: Classroom Visits and Field Trips Continue existing partnerships (Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners) Attachments: 1) Pictures of Field Activities Specifics: Classroom visits and Field Trips conducted through the Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Number of Participants: Over 200 students

24 Classroom Visits and Field Trips (Ed Kit) Page SPLASH helped sponsor Classroom Visits, Field Trips, and storm drain marking within the Cherry Creek Basin and the South Platte River watershed.

25 Classroom Visits and Field Trips (Ed Kit) Page SPLASH helped sponsor Classroom Visits, Field Trips, and storm drain marking within the Cherry Creek Basin and the South Platte River watershed.

26 Classroom Visits and Field Trips (Ed Kit) Page SPLASH helped sponsor Classroom Visits, Field Trips, and storm drain marking within the Cherry Creek Basin and the South Platte River watershed.

27 SPLASH Activity for 2010 Program 1, 2, and 3 Date: Year long Website Activity: Measurable Goal: Resource for businesses, residents, and HOAs to find out more about Stormwater and provide feedback on SPLASH activities Publish website Attachments: 1) Page View data for ) Print outs of the revised Business Page section of the website

28 Page Views by Month Reporting Date: 2010 Page: Entire Site Page Views by Month Report Summary 2010 Total 1,681 Page Views Report Details Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Report generated at 09:50 PM N/A 01/03/2011

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