GCWIN works to gather and share watershed information through a scientific non-biased approach. Our different programs aim to make information available for:
- Our Membership Network
- General Public
- Water Professionals
GCWIN has in 2011 launched its new water quality database. The database is available to the public and hosts data gathered by both GCWIN and its water partners.
Public & Media Outreach
GCWIN works to spread information to the public through talks to citizens groups, information booths at local events, informational publications, and outreach to local media.
Relevant Print Articles:
- February 14, 2012 Celebrate Colorado waters at a local library (Ski-Hi Daily News)
- May 12, 2011 Grand County students wade into the science of water (Ski-Hi Daily News)
- August 7, 2010 Cure for lake's clarity issues remain murky (Ski-Hi Daily News)
- July 11, 2010 Opponents of Grand Lake diversions muddy water plan (Denver Post)
- July 31, 2009 Sensors keep tabs on health of Grand County rivers (Ski-Hi Daily News)
- May 17, 2009 Help save a Grand County stream: Sponsor a TidbiT (Ski-Hi Daily News)
IN 2011, GCWIN is working to make information about the Upper Colorado Headwaters watershed more accessible to the public through the development of our website, public presentations, and distribution of informational materials.