The ACPWQ offers presentations and lessons about water resources for any school or civic group. These presentations can be either hands-on or lecture format. They can be tailored to water related subject matter that your group would most like to explore. Example topics include: Conserving Water, What's a Watershed? and Green Landscaping.
Dr. I.C. Coldwater (pictured) is also available for education and outreach engagements for your civic group or school.
Contact us for more information or to schedule a presentation.
The City of Fort Wayne offers tours of the Three Rivers Water Filtration Plant and the Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP). These tours are usually offered to students from third grade level upwards. This is a wonderful way to teach young residents where their drinking water comes from and how wastewater is handled when it leaves their homes.
For more information about:
- the Three Rivers Water Filtration Plant (Drinking Water) tours, call 427-1314
- the Water Pollution Control Plant (Waste water) tours, call 427-2427
The St. Joseph River Watershed Initiative (SJRWI) offers presentations about the St. Joseph River Watershed, the source of Fort Wayne and New Haven drinking water. These presentations are offered to groups of all ages.
For more information about the St. Joseph River Watershed presentations call 484-5848 ext. 120.