Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Annual Conference
The Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners is an informal association of a broad range of stakeholders committed to promoting effective stewardship of the Cherry Creek watersed. They happliy bring together stakeholders from the land use jurisdictions, the state and federal resource management agencies, conservation, recreation and historic preservation groups and the business community to work together and the Partners are one of the first active groups to represent both the upper and lower portions of the Cherry Creek Watershed.
Participants in the conference consider ways to coordinate and participate in projects and activities that affect water resources and recreational components of the watershed.
Cherry Creek Watershed Relay Race award winners Michelle Wind Brown and Caldwell team), Cindy Thrush (UDFCD team), Bob Toll (State Parks team), and Dan Einarsen (Arapahoe County team)
Annual Conference award winners Ron Benson, Lanae Raymond, and Bill Ruzzo
Group participation in an educational exercise at the conference
The Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners Annual Conference provides ample opportunity for Cherry Creek Basin enthusiasts to learn aabout new projects, share stories of volunteer efforts and stewardship activities, and enjoy poster exhibits and silent auctions with items such as parks passes, food gift cards, reading material, golf certificates, theatre tickets, reservoir activities and State Park items.
Darren Mollandor (Denver) exhibiting his "fish" costume to highlight the importance of clean water in our streams
Interaction among conference attendees at 2006 conference
Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) including Centennial, Inverness WSD, and East Cherry Creek Valley WSD.Arapahoe County.Littleton.Glendale.Greenwood Village.Cherry Hills Village.Columbine Valley.Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA).E-470 Authority.Goldsmith Metro District.Colorado Department of Transportation