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Attitudes leading to actions that protect water quality are being formed when young students are in the classroom.  Teachers who incoporate water protection activities into their curriculum help create a strong connection between students and their watershed. We invite you to explore our site where you'll find resources for your classroom study of stormwater pollution prevention.

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What is a Watershed?

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When talking about water, "watershed" refers to an area of land that drains towards a given river, lake or wetland... MORE>>

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If you are on a slower Internet connection, you can request this video as part of the "Water Down the Drain" CD-ROM from the Center for Global Environmental Protection at Hamline University.

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PDF icon The "500lbs. Algae Adage"
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