FORT COLLINS CITY, CO - The City of Fort Collins will host an event talking about Watershed Health and Wildfires on August 18.
This discussion was held to discuss more watersheds, the effect of forest fires on watersheds, and the effect of watersheds on the quality of water that is the source of drinking water in the city.
The talks will be held at Lee Martinez Park with the meeting point in the parking lot on the tennis court and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to bring their own snacks before participating in this event. In addition, this discussion is devoted to people aged 16 and over.
Participants who want to participate in this conversation but have symptoms of shortness of breath, fever, cough, or other signs that indicate contracting the COVID-19 virus are not allowed to participate in this activity for the sake of joint health.
For participants and the public who have carried out the vaccination process, masks are optional during the activity. However, participants who have not been vaccinated are expected to wear masks, and while indoors, some participants are expected to wear masks and maintain distance and comply with health protocols.
People who wish to participate in this talk can register online via the following page https://engage.fcgov.com/ActivityRegistration/1fc16580-1263-4b4f-915b-bc936bfb7feb. Minimum registration of participants is done by writing a minimum of one participant and a maximum of 20 people.
Fort Collins is a small town in northern Colorado and is part of Larimer County. Fort Collins is known as Colorado's Craft Beer Capital because many of Colorado's renowned breweries are located in Fort Collins. In addition, Fort Collins has a museum that displays science, history and nature exhibits, and so on.
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