Students are engaged in hands-on explorations of the connections between water plants, insects and the fish who eat them. YES club members discover the implications water quality and chemistry have on insect and fish diversity. Students dive deeply into water as an essential and limited resource for human life, especially in the dry climate of Colorado. They learn about the Colorado River, which no longer flows to the ocean, and make connections between personal water conservation choices and our local Fountain Creek Watershed. Students also get to meet experts within the community, take field trips, participate in a fly fishing family day, and enjoy other water-focused adventures.