About the 2018 class:
Each week covers the same curriculum. Each day of the week covers a specific topic.
We will be teaching:
What is water quality and why is it important. (PH, turbidity, water temp, why rivers move and velocity.)
The importance of soil and plants. (We will be planting along the river, downtown. We will discuss what makes healthy soil and the importance of plants for air and filtration.)
Fish, Fur, and Fin. (We will have guest speakers come talk about local animals and their habitats.)
Bugs and Slugs. (We will teach about the role bugs play in the health of our watershed and how to read the health of a body of water through the insects that live in it.)
Streambank Habitat. (We will teach habitat assessments and talk about the importance of natural vegetation in riparian zones.)