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WBLAS 1st Annual Water Symposium

Posted by Christy Andacht on June 6

On June 3rd, the students at White Bear Lake schools participated in our 1st annual WBLAS Water Symposium. The event included student presentations and videos on water conservation, a presentation by a DNR hydrologist, a presentation done by CLIMB Theater, and other educational workshops. Thank you to all our presenters and the students who prepared […]

2017 Poster Contest Winners Announced!

Posted by Christy Andacht on March 22

Clean Drinking Water Starts with Me! Thank you to all the students who took the time to design a creative poster for our “Clean Drinking Water Starts with Me!” Poster Contest this year. We received over 1300 entries from 50 schools across the State of Minnesota. We applaud every K-12 student that submitted a poster […]

Celebrate World Water Day with a selfie

Posted by Nick Coughlin on March 15

A unique approach to fighting the water crisis Lots of organizations are doing great work to fight the global water crisis. H2O for Life is doing things a little differently. Our service-learning opportunity is designed to engage, educate, and inspire youth to become global citizens and help fight the global water crisis. Our school-to-school approach […]

Water Crisis Infographics

Posted by Nick Coughlin on March 8

Sara Damon is an AP Geography teacher at Stillwater Junior High School near Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since 2009, she and her students have been studying the global water crisis and raising funds for schools in South Sudan through H2O for Life. As a part of a lesson plan Sara created for H2O for Life called The Ripple […]

Celebrating 10 Years!

Posted by Patty Hall on February 15

H2O for Life is celebrating our 10 year anniversary providing education to US schools focused on the Global Water Crisis.  Thanks for joining over the years to support a partner school that desperately needed Water, Sanitation and hygiene education (WASH). Your participation changed many lives. Our program has touched more than 500,000 US youth, and […]