Make a Splash Water Fest 2021
Our 4th annual Make a Splash Water Fest for Wolfe County 6th graders was, you guessed it, a little different this year due to COVID restrictions. But it didn’t stop us from re-figuring in order to bring Wolfe County students fun, engaging, environmental educational programming to learn about water quality. We all have an effect on the land and water we are surrounded by though those practical lessons are not always taught/re-iterated. Students went away from the event with knowledge in the following:
What is a watershed?
Stormwater runoff takes pollution into our streams, rivers, and lakes. What are some ways we can reduce pollution in our waterways?
Since 1993 Kentucky Waterways Alliance has been a chief in safeguarding and preserving Kentucky’s rivers, lakes and streams. We work with groups on local watershed problems at the state and national levels supporting for the best rules possible. With a mission to safeguard, preserve, and celebrate Kentucky’s waterways, our job is making a difference in the standard of life for all Kentuckians now and into the future. Our job is cultivated through four strategic purpose: Recognize key places for security on a local watershed level, Attain a statewide movement to safeguard Kentucky's waterways through masses activism and large-scale alertness, Work on behalf of groups and the promises implemented in the Clean Water Act by prevailing on public policy, Set up a strong and tenable water network by upgrading and supporting local watershed groups.
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