Kids can make a difference in the water quality of the Great Lakes. The actions of each and every individual has an affect on the environment. Explore these websites to learn and check out our tips below on you can save the Lakes!
Discover Water - You can learn about water science and protection at this interactive site.
Michigan Youth Stewardship for Water - Find out what you can do to protect water in Michigan.
Nab the Aquatic Invader - Learn about Aquatic Invasive Species!
Macroinvertebrate Lunch - Watch a cartoon about river organisms and biological monitoring.
The Dragonfly Game - Explore the lifecycle of a dragonfly in a pond with this interactive game.
GROSS! Sewage in your face - Interactive game about the sewage treatment process -Yum!
GAMES: Planet Arcade - Educational games and simulations
Interactive Water Cycle Game - Follow the different stages of the water cycle.
Cartoons and activities to learn about water and ways to conserve our most important natural resource.
Drinking Water and Ground Water Kids’ Stuff - How do we know water is safe to drink?
Kid’s Page Polluted Runoff web page, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Keep the land clean, and you will protect the water...
Marinecareers.net - Introduces you to a wide range of marine career fields and to people working in those fields
The Groundwater Song with singing Groundhogs!
Learn about the importance of groundwater conservation and tips for protection
Campsite 24 - Explore an interactive 3-D campsite in the forest!
Zero Footprint Kids Calculator - What is your carbon foot print?
DTE Energy Kid's Club - learn about energy conservation and new technologies
Easy Things You Can Do to Help the Great Lakes!
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Recycle your aluminum cans, paper, glass and plastic water bottles. Help your parents look for durable items that can be reused and repaired, rather than thrown away.