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Kids + Creek + Boots + Bugs = Fun Way to Learn Environmental Science

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Uploaded on Sep 27, 2010

More than 600 elementary school kids waded through Icicle Creek in bright orange rubber boots to learn more about what makes a healthy stream as part of BPA's Kids in the Creek event during the Wenatchee River Salmon Festival, Sept. 16 and 17 in Leavenworth, WA. Kids in the Creek is BPA's signature environmental education program and it teaches kids how to look for microorganisms, test a stream's water quality and check for riparian cover. This year nine BPA employees worked with classes of third and fourth graders from throughout central Washington.

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