Recently Nature Regina sponsored a Regina High School:
Nature Regina has purchased an Operation Water Pollution water testing kit, supplied by
the Safe Drinking Water Foundation, for Campbell Collegiate High School in Regina.
The 11 lessons in the Operation Water Pollution program represent a comprehensive unit on water issues. Each lesson generally builds on the previous one and includes relevant, up-to-date and well-researched fact sheets and background information.
However, teachers may use any lesson on their own, or any combination, understanding that they may need to add some of the background information provided in other lessons. Every lesson can be further modified or enriched for the age and abilities of
students, from grades 5 to 12. Lessons may be easily changed to reflect local conditions and situations as well, especially if teachers are/become aware and informed about their own area’s water issues.
The kit includes a TDS (total dissolved solids) and pH meter.
Nature Regina also received the following card in response to the donation! (click on the image for a larger view)
For more information, go to www.safewater.org.