Started in 1994, the Children’s Clean Water Festival has engaged more than 31,000 students in a day of learning and fun that includes more than 40 hands-on, water-focused activities, classroom presentations, and stage shows.
The goal of the Festival is to teach kids that they are capable of having real, long-lasting, positive impacts on water resources, and to equip them with the information they need to do that in a fun and engaging way.
A committee of partnering agencies provide financial and staff time to coordinate the Festival, and day-of support comes from more than 125 classroom presenters, exhibitors, and community volunteers.
Planning Committee Organizations
Bureau of Land Management
City of Forest Grove
City of Gresham
City of Hillsboro
City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
City of Portland Water Bureau
City of Sherwood
City of Tigard
City of Tualatin
Clackamas River Water Providers
Clackamas Water Environment Services
Clean Water Services
Oak Lodge Water Services
Regional Water Providers Consortium
Rockwood Water People’s Utility District
Tualatin Valley Water District
U.S. Geological Survey