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EPA Source Water Protection Education

The Alabama Rural Water Association conducted many Surface & Groundwater Educational Demonstrations throughout 2012.

View latest pictures (pdf) including Enviroscape demos, Edible Aquifer activities, Filtration activities, Groundwater model demos, and groundwater protection and conservation education.

 

Groundwater Model Demonstration Enterprise Elementary School
Groundwater Model Demonstration at Enterprise Elementary School

Students at Enterprise Elementary School get a closer look at the Groundwater Model
Students at Enterprise Elementary School get a closer look at the Groundwater Model 

Groundwater Model being demonstrated to 4th graders in Crenshaw County
Groundwater Model being demonstrated to 4th graders in Crenshaw County

4th Graders in Talladega County learning about Groundwater
4th Graders in Talladega County learning about Groundwater

Talladega County Water Festival
Talladega County Water Festival

Students at the Talladega Water Festival enjoying the Watershed Activity
Students at the Talladega Water Festival enjoying the Watershed Activity

 

  

 

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