As part of Springmont School’s outdoor science education program, students recently joined 1.5 million people in 146 countries for World Water Monitoring Day. Organized by EarthEcho International, this international event promotes the testing and protection of local watersheds and is a great way to inspire and empower students to become part of the solution to water issues worldwide. For the 11th consecutive year, elementary and middle school students visited Big Trees Forest Preserve in Sandy Springs, spending the morning testing water quality and learning about how stormwater and wastewater affect our streams.

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