Come Join us on April 30, 2015 on Belle Isle for the 4th Detroit River Water Festival, A premier water education event for Middle School Student ts in the Detroit area.
The Detroit River Water Festival is a day-long educational event designed to help sixth-grade students learn about our most precious natural resource – clean, fresh water. Students from the Detroit area will come together to learn about the Detroit River.
The Detroit River Water Festival is offered as a FREE program to help educate school students about the importance and beauty of the water around us and how it impacts our daily lives. The Water Festival provides students with hands-on activities, taught by top level academic instructors and water quality professionals designed to expose students to a wide variety of water related issues. Through attending the Water Festival students gain an understanding of the diverse topics related to our water resources including ecosystems, social studies, the geosphere and the hydrologic cycle. By being an active participant in the Water Festival students, and adults learn the central role water and the Detroit River play in the region’s economy and quality of life and begin to understand their lifetime role as stewards of this remarkable precious resource.
Come join us as we plan for the 4th Annual Detroit Water Festival on Belle Isle, the State’s 102nd State Park.
Organizations and Individuals are needed to help make this a successful event. If you can provide support, would like to present and or can volunteer some time at the event, please complete the following forms and send it to our 2015 Water Festival Planning Staff.
2015 Water Festival Sponsorship Information
2015 Water Festival Presenter / Volunteer Registration
Source: Detroit River Water Festival