Learning about water at Make A Splash fest

At the Make a Splash festival at Wildlands Conservancy's Pool Wildlife Sanctuary Friday Travis Miller, a Nestle Waters employee, talks to a group of school students at a station that teaches about building a watershed. Organized by Project WET (Water Education for Teachers),  students learned about a variety of water-related topics through hands on activities.

( Donna Fisher / The Morning Call / October 7, 2010 )

At the Make a Splash festival at Wildlands Conservancy's Pool Wildlife Sanctuary Friday Travis Miller, a Nestle Waters employee, talks to a group of school students at a station that teaches about building a watershed. Organized by Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), students learned about a variety of water-related topics through hands on activities.

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