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Water Festival is Coming April 24 & 25


Join us for a fun day of hands-on activities at Dakota College at Bottineau on April 24 & 25, 2019.

Students from grades 5 & 6 will attend a variety of breakout sessions relating to water and water conservation.

Schools can choose to attend either the morning or afternoon sessions, and students will participate in up to six breakout sessions on topics including perch dissection, water olympics, fish painting and many more. 

Teachers should contact Mandy McNeff at 701-776-5201 or, or Aimee Erdman at 701-228-2090 or aimee.erdman(

This opportunity is made possible through grant funding from Project WET, volunteer presenters from Dakota College at Bottineau, and staff coordination at North Central Education Cooperative.

North Dakota Water Education for Teachers (WET) Program teaches water science, conservation, and best management practices by demonstrating how water interacts with humans and the natural environment within North Dakota’s watersheds. The Water Festival is a partnership between Dakota College at Bottineau, North Central Education Cooperative and North Dakota Water Commission.

North Central Education Cooperative is based in Bottineau and serves surrounding regional schools to provide educational services through a collaborative culture that creates successful learning environments.

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