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The United States uses about 346,000 million gallons of fresh water every day.
Download this PDF featuring a variety of indoor and outdoor activities designed to enlighten students on how people can affect water quality and the consequences of stormwater contamination.
We're on the "water planet," so what is there to worry about? Here is a quick hands-on activity that will impress your students on how much usable freshwater we really have.
Transform brown looking water into less brown looking water. Actually, simulate the process of how drinking water gets filtered and treated.
Lead your class on an investigation on water useage in your community.
Challenge your students to a series of labs exploring the physical properties of water.
What is water? We drink it. We bathe in it. We irrigate crops with it. We swim, boat, and fish in
it. It is odorless, tasteless, and colorless. It is part of nearly every aspect of our lives and the lives
of all living things, but have we ever really thought about what makes water so special?
Explore the effects of urban stormwater runoff at your school with this project
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