Science Saturday: Water, Water, Everywhere
From May 24, 2014 8:00 am until May 24, 2014 10:00 am
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Our groundwater is very important to our survival. 99% of the available drinking water comes from groundwater, but where does the groundwater come from and how do we know if we can drink it? Join our resident naturalist as we explore our water sources and see how the water cycle works using a groundwater model. We will also explore a local pond to learn how invertebrates can help us gauge water quality. Participants will scoop in the water and search for various ?critters?. We will not be going in the water, but it is recommended to wear water boots. The program meets at the Soudan Underground Mine State Park visitor center. Part of the sessions will be outside, so dress for the weather. The program is open to all ages and is free of charge. Please call the park office at 218-753-2245 if you have any questions.