During Earth Month I’m getting plenty of questions from EPA employees as well as students and teachers about how they can become involved in learning more about the environment. The 40th anniversary website of the Clean Water Act has plenty of opportunities and information. You can use the Clean Water Act milestones for a school paper or use images of water for a poster or an art project. There are even games and experiments that you can try.
Let us know if you tried any of the games or activities. Which was your favorite? http://water.epa.gov/action/cleanwater40c/
Megan Gavin currently works as the environmental education coordinator in the Chicago office of EPA.
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