Local high school students are getting their feet wet in the field of environmental science thanks to the 20th annual Student Watershed Watch. On October 14, the students tested area creeks and rivers for dissolved oxygen, sediment, pH and other characteristics that relate to water quality. On Friday, November 20, students will gather at the University of Toledo, Nitschke Hall to share their findings in an all-day, all-school summit. Student presentations include both spoken presentations and table displays, and students will also have the opportunity to attend workshops.
For more information, visit www.tmacog.org/Environment/SWW_09/SWW_09.htm.