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The City of Albany offers FREE water-related classroom presentations to Albany schools and facility tours.
After the Flush
Grade: 3-8; Time: 45 minutes
What happens after the flush? This program uses kitchen wizardry and hands-on activities to understand the fascinating trip our wastewater takes to come clean. Other topics include the water cycle, watersheds, stormwater management, and water conservation.
Grade: All; Time: 45 minutes
What is stormwater and where does it go? This program is designed to introduce students to stormwater and our City’s storm system. Hands-on activities provided.
- Learning and Teaching the Environment, EPA
- USGS Water Science School
- USGS Interactive Water Cycle Diagram (three age levels available)
- Upstream (part 1) & Downstream (part 2)
- "Whaddya Know about H2O" series of 29 one-minute videos
Service Project Ideas & Lesson Plans:
- "Surf Your Watershed"
- Oregon State University Streamwebs, local hands-on watershed stewardship projects
- Albany-Millersburg Water Treatment Plant (drinking water)
- Albany-Millersburg Water Reclamation Facility (waste water)
- Albany-Millersburg Talking Water Gardens, 778 Waverly Drive NE
Transportation assistance available by submitting a EE funding application when you register for a tour.
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