Dive into our waterways and learn how we use water for drinking, sanitation, energy, and more. We talk about Indigenous understandings of water, and how cities and rural areas manage water supply in Canada.
This workshop highlights the importance of the hydrological cycle. The hydrological cycle describes the movement and flow of water on Earth, and involves different stages such as evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. We also discuss climate change strategies and population impacts in different regions.
Students will conduct experiments using water to get an electric current and more!
Virtual Workshop: $150
In Person Workshop: $210