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Burning Questions: Fire and Our Watershed, May 8

Posted on: Apr-26-2013

Find out how the 2012 High Park Fire, which burned over 85,000 acres of land west of Fort Collins, impacted the Poudre River watershed and the City’s water supply at Burning Questions: Fire and Our Watershed.

Fort Collins Utilities staff will present at 7-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 8, Midtown Arts Center, 3750 S. Mason St. (just south of Horsetooth Road). Staff also will share fire mitigation efforts to ensure high drinking water quality.

For more information or to learn about other programs in the Residential Environmental Program Series, visit http://fcgov.com/reps, e-mail utilities@fcgov.com, call (970) 221-6700 or TDD (970) 224-6003.


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Burning Questions: Fire and Our Watershed, May 8

Find out how the 2012 High Park Fire, which burned over 85,000 acres of land west of Fort Collins, impacted the Poudre River watershed and the City’s water supply at Burning Questions: Fire and Our Watershed.

Fort Collins Utilities staff will present at 7-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 8, Midtown Arts Center, 3750 S. Mason St. (just south of Horsetooth Road). Staff also will share fire mitigation efforts to ensure high drinking water quality.

For more information or to learn about other programs in the Residential Environmental Program Series, visit http://fcgov.com/reps, e-mail , call (970) 221-6700 or TDD (970) 224-6003.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Laurie DÂ’Audney
Water Conservation Specialist
(970) 221-6877
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