Student water organization
Be part of FLC’s student water community and jumpstart your water work. As a member of H2Org, you’ll arrange guest speaker events, take field trips to water sites such as Durango’s fish hatchery and the municipal drinking water plant, and gain hands-on experience using professional tools such as USGS stream gauge data, SNOTEL data, and identifying benthic macroinvertebrates. To further prepare you for a career in water, you’ll have service and volunteer, as well as internship opportunities that open your door to the regional community of water professionals.
H2Org meets every Monday at 4:30 during the Fall and Spring semesters at the Environmental Center in the Student Union.
Drop by a meeting (Monday at 4:30 at the Environmental Center in the Student Union) and see if you’d like to be part of H2Org. If you have questions, contact H2Org’s president, Max Dubois, at email@example.com or Gigi Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org.