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Queen's helps organize first Great Lakes Water Festival

  • [Great Lakes Water Fesitval]
    Grade 4 students from schools in the Kingston area learn about water conservation and stewardship with the help of Queen's students at the Great Lakes Water Festival.
  • [Great Lakes Water Fesitval]
    Grade 4 students from schools in the Kingston area learn about water conservation and stewardship with the help of Queen's students at the Great Lakes Water Festival.
  • [Great Lakes Water Fesitval]
    Grade 4 students from schools in the Kingston area learn about water conservation and stewardship with the help of Queen's staff and faculty at the Great Lakes Water Festival.

Elementary school students from across the Kingston area gathered at Lake Ontario Park on Thursday, June 4, for a day of fun and information on a broad range of topics involving water at the first Great Lakes Water Festival.

Through interactive and hands-on activities, students learned about water conservation and protection, water health and safety, water science and technology as well as water and society . 

Queen’s University helped organize the event along with KFL&A Public Health, Utilities Kingston, Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, Limestone District School Board, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, Ontario Provincial Police, Sustainable Kingston and the Katarokwi Indigenous Grandmothers Council.