The Rouge River Water Festival is September 9-12, 2014 at Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Cranbrook Institute of Science offers the Water Festival each year to nearly 2,000 fourth and fifth-grade students. Oakland County students within the Rouge River watershed attend four, 25-minute presentations throughout the campus in classrooms, exhibit spaces and outdoors. Through your lessons and activities, students learn how water affects their daily lives and the important role each individual plays in protecting this valuable natural resource.
Each presenter will receive continental breakfast, boxed lunch and a Water Festival T-shirt. Presenters can participate on all four days or one half-day – every contribution is appreciated. With the support and participation of sponsors and water resources professionals, we are able to offer the water festival learning experience without charge to schools.
Click http://science.cranbrook.edu/rouge-river-water-festival-2014-presenter-registration for online Presenter Registration.
Please visit our website for more information about the event, http://www.greatlakeswatershed.org/rouge-river-water-festival.html, or contact me if you have any questions.