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4-H Water Conservation Project

Program Contact: Jenny W. Loyd, 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 574-1600 • jennifer.loyd@co.yakima.wa.us

Image result for water conservationThis water conservation and water quality curriculum is grounded in a simple yet powerful concept that water is a finite natural resource whose quantity and quality must be responsibly preserved, protected, used, and reused.

The curriculum includes six sequential learning modules and is intended for delivery in out-of-school group settings to be facilitated by an adult.

Objectives

  • Explore the natural water cycle
  • Explore human interventions that affect water quality and quantity
  • Examine the effects of the urban/rural interface on water quality and quantity
  • Map watershied
  • Implement service learning projects that address local water conservation issues

4-H Water Conservation Curriculum

Water Conservation Curriculum – There’s No New Water!

 

National 4-H Water Resources
State 4-H Water Resources

 

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