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Our Partners | Four Corners Water Center | Fort Lewis College

Our Partnerships

The Four Corners Water Center is grateful for the support and collaboration of our partners around the state. 

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Forever Our Rivers Foundation

Forever Our Rivers Foundation awarded funding to support the first year of our new Fort Lewis on the Water (FLOW) Program. The FLOW program provides river-based courses and expeditions on the San Juan and Rio Chama for Fort Lewis students, alumni, and the local community.

Forever Our Rivers is a nonprofit Foundation using market forces to fund community-supported river health projects.

Follow them on Facebook and Instagram or check out their website to learn more.


Statewide Water Education Action Plan (SWEAP)

The Four Corners Water Center affirms the value of the Statewide Water Education Action Plan (SWEAP) vision and framework and the importance of achieving its outcomes. 

SWEAP is the first-of-its-kind, a water education guide that organizations and individual educators can use to realize the “Outreach, Education and Public Education” goals set forth in the Colorado Water Plan.

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Water Information Program

The Water Information Program is a public information program sponsored by the water districts, organizations and agencies in the San Juan and Dolores watersheds of Southwestern Colorado. The purpose of the WIP is to provide information to the public and community on water topics and water related issues.

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River Science

River Science is a nonprofit that is dedicated to helping clients access the information they need to achieve the greatest conservation impacts.

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River Watch

River Watch is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program operated in partnership between River Science and  Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) . Our mission is to work with voluntary stewards to monitor water quality and other indicators of watershed health and utilize this high quality data to educate citizens and inform decision makers about the condition of Colorado’s waters.

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Water in the Southwest is a critical issue to all who make this beautiful place home. Whether you're a community member or student, your engagement in these important questions is vital to our future. 

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Kaitlin Mattos, Ph.D.
FCWC Interim Director & Assistant Professor of Environment & Sustainability

Center of Southwest Studies, Room 265

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