League of Women Voters Takes on Water

From the Fort Collins Coloradoan (Monday - 2/11) On Monday, LWV of Larimer County is presenting AWARE Colorado, a statewide program to educate local communities about the impacts of land-use choices on water quality. The program provides information to help protect Colorado's water and natural resources from polluted runoff through innovative land-use strategies.

Residents can learn about what they and local decision-makers can do to protect water quality and prevent pollution. The free meeting is scheduled 7 to 9 p.m. at Plymouth Congregational Church, 916 W. Prospect Road.

The Monday program will include water-quality specialists to discuss what government entities are doing to minimize water quality problems.

LWV of Larimer County on Saturday is inviting interested residents to learn about the organization's history and structure as well as the education and advocacy efforts it is pursuing. An informal coffee gathering will be 10 a.m. to noon at 1002 Alexa Court just south of the Harmony Library. RSVP by calling 377-9568