World Water Day Art

The Champlain Basin Education Initiative partners host a World Water Day celebration annually to feature the efforts of teachers and students to improve waterways and understand the pollution issues they face. The event includes a contest where awards are given for several categories of creative arts. Entries can be as simple as photographs about raising salmon or trout in their classroom to poems or journal entries about water, or highlighting a community project focused on water.  The involvement of art, music, history, science or technology teachers allows many forms of student work to be featured.

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