Local elementary students learn everything about H2O at Water Awareness Festival

Idaho News
By Seth Ratliff; Local News 8 IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI) - Organized mayhem at Tautphaus Park as fifth and sixth graders gather for the Water Awareness Week Festival. The event was put on by the Department of Environmental Quality to teach kids the importance of water while having an explosive good time. "The hopes is that they can they can see how fun science is," DEQ scientist Rick Jensen said. "Understanding the special properties that water has and that it really is a special resource and worth preserving." The festival included presentations and activities from the National Weather Service, Idaho Departments of Environmental Quality, Water Resources, and Fish & Game and more. "It's really effective for us to come and  reach a lot of kids at once..." Fish and Game…
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WaterShed Weekend – Earth Week Festival

WATERSHED WEEKENDS Free family fun! Go with the flow to the WaterShed every third Saturday of each month from 10AM – 1PM for fun activities the whole family can enjoy! No pre-registration required. Earth Week Festival SATURDAY, April 15th - FREE ACTIVITIES 10 AM – 1 PM Join us today to kick off our Earth Week celebration. Take part in our Earth Day scavenger hunt, create a birdseed ornament, take our Earth Day pledge and more. Join local partners and other City departments to complete fun activities and games! Our River Campus will be open to explore and enjoy.
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