Photograph of Gertrude Sharp copyright by the Denver
Public Library. Visit the BASIN Gallery
for more information.
- Schools, Neighborhoods and Stream Teams.
One of the goals of the BASIN project is to help
foster community activities and dialogue, especially about water-related
issues. To find out more about how your school or neighborhood group
can become involved with local Stream Teams and other community projects,
contact Mark McCaffrey,
the BASIN Communications Coordinator at (303) 449-3955
- Complete the BASIN Survey. Perhaps
you don't have the time to volunteer on the BASIN BCN team. Once you've
had a chance to look over the materials in the BASIN website, take
a moment to complete the online survey, which will help us determine
what works and what doesn't work, what is relevant and what is not.
We also have an online survey for organizations involved with water
and other aspects of the environment.
There are many ways you can become involved with
the Boulder Area Sustainability Information Network. Here are just
a few of the ways:
- As a BASIN Boulder Community Network (BCN) Volunteer. If
you are interested in becoming part of the BCN BASIN development team
and have computer skills such as graphic design, webpage development,
scripting or video/audio streaming.... or if you'd like to learn more
about these skills...contact
BASIN Project Coordinator.
BCN Volunteers have already put in over 1000 hours
in providing ideas, feedback and designing the BASIN website!
You can get an idea of the help the BASIN
project needs from BCN volunteers by reviewing the BASIN online
Or bring us your ideals !
- Join the BASIN Forum. Do
you have ideas or information about local environmental and social
concerns that relate to community liveability and sustainability?
Our online forum offers you a chance to share with others your thoughts
and insights into the complex-- and sometimes controversial-- issues
facing our community.