"Three Rivers" Watershed Science Museum Workshop for 7th Graders

Event Type: Class
Age Group(s): School Aged Children
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Start Time: All Day
 The Three Rivers residency program, led by Science Museum of Minnesota staff, will guide 7th grade students over three days (9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.) in answering two questions: What is a watershed? How does the use of surrounding land affect the health of a river? They will explore the important differences in water quality and land use of the Mississippi, St. Croix and Minnesota rivers with hands-on research with the same type of "live critters" that water quality scientists do!
Library: Great River Regional Library - Staples    Map
Other Information:
 Open to home school children. Please call 218-894-1401 to register.
Presenter: Science Museum of Minnesota Staff

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