Water Blogged

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Dump no Waste. Drains to Lake!

Posted by Steve Hall on October 26, 2016

Over the summer, Otter Lake Elementary School (MN) extended day students did a fabulous job stenciling storm drains! This will help remind the community that this water drains into our beautiful lake. Way to go Water Warriors!    

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Testing the Waters at AFSA High School in Minnesota

Posted by Chelsea Morrison on October 19, 2016

On Tuesday, October 18th, Judy Onufer and Chelsea Morrison spent the afternoon with high school students at the Academy for Science and Agriculture (AFSA). The students were in the middle of their “go week” in which their teachers provide them with real world experiences through field trips, site visits and guest speakers. Judy, Project Manager […]

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North Branch Middle School, End of the Year Celebration

Posted by Christy Andacht on June 20, 2016

Submitted by Summer Intern Sarah Bresnahan On Thursday June 9th, H2O for Life was invited to be a part of North Branch Middle School’s end of the year, second annual, Teacher Torture. This school wide event was put together as a fundraiser and a celebration of the past year and their accomplishments in exceeding their […]

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Ella’s Essay on Culture

Posted by Steve Hall on June 6, 2016

You may remember Ella from the story about her Pot Holder Sales. Here is another story sent to us by Ella’s mom Kate: Dear Friends and Family, Ella won first prize in her school-wide International Speech Contest! Yesterday she gave her speech to her entire school at the very moving culminating ceremony of their International Week […]

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Diamond Path School of International Studies

Posted by Steve Hall on June 1, 2016

Diamond Path School of International Studies, MN recently shared a few photos of their journey and had this to say: “As other years, the H2O for Life service project has been a wonderful experience for our school. We have four or five families from Ethiopia at Diamond Path, so this made it a particularly rich […]