Boise WaterShed River Campus Opens With a Splash

The City of Boise hosted a great party on April 12 to officially open the Boise WaterShed River Campus, a winning combination of public art and interactive environmental education.  The Boise River Enhancement Network congratulates the many dedicated staff, artists, volunteers, elected and appointed officials at City of Boise and Boise WaterShed Exhibits Inc. on a job well done.

ribbon cutting
Boise City Council President Elaine Clegg gets expert help cutting the ribbon
heron art
The Boise WaterShed has the largest collection of public art in Idaho.
Matt Gover
Artist Matt Grover. His metal sculpture is a graph of water flow in the Boise River.
Interactive exhibits abound.
Boise WaterShed Director Cindy Busche
Elaine Clegg, Doug Fowler and Dave Eberle