The Boise WaterShed uses public art to teach water conservation
By Tara Morgan
Down a steep hill off Chinden Boulevard, Joplin Road cuts a curvy path through rocks and scratchy brush. After a short distance, a security guard motions for approaching cars to stop. Emerging from his parked SUV, badge and belt buckle glinting in the afternoon sun, the guard scribbles visitors' names, addresses and phone numbers on his clipboard. It feels eerily more like entering the set of Erin Brockovich than taking a trip out to the Boise WaterShed.
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