Welcome to The Project Outside Summer 2020 week one! This week focuses on impervious surfaces. An impervious surface is a surface where water can’t drain through it, but runs off instead. Examples are concerete, asphalt, buildings, rocks, etc. Did you know there are impervious surfaces in nature too? We think about them as bad surfaces,Continue reading “What is an Impervious Surface? Summer 2020 Week 1 Content”
Welcome to Week 2 of Summer 2020 content! This week we are diving into water, the life source on Earth and a crucial part to life in Denver. Our activities explore the water cycle, pollution, and the local rivers. In Denver, there are several main rivers: the South Platte, the Cherry Creek, Westerly Creek, amongContinue reading “Let’s Learn About Water! Summer 2020 Week 2 Content”
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