Students highlight conservation work for Endangered Species Day

St. Vrain students spent Friday at the Denver Zoo educating students from across Colorado about the northern redbelly dace. The Denver Zoo invited the St. Vrain Valley School District to celebrate the work students at the district are doing to help implement the reintroduction of the endangered fish species to the St. Vrain River in
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Students use novel science in effort to reintroduce endangered fish

Taryn McDermid did not think at 15 she would be working to save an endangered fish species, but on Thursday she stood in front of a room of wildland biologists explaining her work doing exactly that. The Niwot High School sophomore and the other four members of the northern redbelly dace data science project team
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Celebrate local conservation at the northern redbelly dace fish release event

Saturday, August 28, from 10 a.m. to noon will be a celebration of over two years of conservation efforts by multiple organizations with the release of the Colorado native, endangered northern redbelly dace, into Webster Pond at Pella Crossing. The event will include St. Vrain Valley Schools Future-Ready Innovation Lab and hands-on activity stations for
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