The Children’s Clean Water Festival is driven by the educational offerings of our partners who bring exciting classroom presentations and exhibits to the event. There are two ways to participate:
Classroom Presenters - Classroom presenters prepare a 25-minute class focused on topics such as water quality, fish habitat, wetlands, watersheds, storm water and water conservation. Students and their teachers are scheduled in classes throughout the day.
Exhibitors - Children’s Clean Water Festival exhibitors bring their educational displays, hands-on activities, and water-related messages to a large hall to meet with students. The most popular exhibits are those that are colorful, fun, and interactive. It is a great time to answer eager students’ questions and explore with them their ideas about science and stewardship of water resources.
Post-Festival Networking Event - After the Festival, join the other classroom presenters and exhibitors – who might be from a federal, state or local government agency, an environmental organization, or a consulting firm. Details to come.