We can all learn to do more with less. The One World One Water Center is very excited to have worked on this film with the Colorado Water Conservation Board, Havey Pro Cinema, and many others.
In 2015, a group of MSU Denver theatre students traveled to three youth water festivals and numerous sixth grade classrooms to perform "Water Wise Circa 2015" - a special water focused play. The OWOW Center partnered with MSU Denver Theatre Department, Aurora Water, Denver Water, and the City of Boulder.
This Denver Metro Water Festival (DMWF) is a community event for metro area sixth-grade students as well as an opportunity for individuals and organizations throughout the state to participate through presentations, volunteerism and sponsorships. This video contains highlights from the very first DMWF in 2014.
Sandra Haynes, Deputy Provost, talks about the development of the OWOW Center, the importance of water education and future goals for the OWOW center.
Rik explains how his passion for water helped create the iconic statue that represents the OWOW Center.
Learn more about the enthusiasm behind the programs the One World One Water Center offers.