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May, 2021

Tuesday
11
Virtual Program
Online live sessions through Zoom or
Recorded sessions after the Festival
8:00 AM
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Dayton is ‘where the rivers meet’ because of our wonderful surface water resources that connect our region and provide a multitude of amenities. The Miami Valley also sits on a large, buried valley aquifer that supplies clean and plentiful drinking water to this area. The Children’s Water Festival teaches children how they can make responsible choices that help protect our precious water resources and the environment, now and for the future.

Started in 1997, the Children’s Water Festival is an annual one-day science field trip for Dayton area 4th-grade students. It offers a series of presentations and hands-on activities on groundwater, surface water, conservation, recycling, and land use. All activities are designed to contain factual and unbiased information that encourages the students to become life-long stewards. Over the past 25 years, the festival has reached over 43,000 students and engages approximately 1,500 students and 70 teachers each year.

Planning committee members represent organizations including the City of Dayton Department of Water, Public Health Dayton and Montgomery County, Five Rivers MetroParks, Montgomery County Environmental Services, City of Dayton Recreation and Youth Services, Miami Conservancy District, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Wednesday
12
Virtual Program
Online live sessions through Zoom or
Recorded sessions after the Festival
8:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Dayton is ‘where the rivers meet’ because of our wonderful surface water resources that connect our region and provide a multitude of amenities. The Miami Valley also sits on a large, buried valley aquifer that supplies clean and plentiful drinking water to this area. The Children’s Water Festival teaches children how they can make responsible choices that help protect our precious water resources and the environment, now and for the future.

Started in 1997, the Children’s Water Festival is an annual one-day science field trip for Dayton area 4th-grade students. It offers a series of presentations and hands-on activities on groundwater, surface water, conservation, recycling, and land use. All activities are designed to contain factual and unbiased information that encourages the students to become life-long stewards. Over the past 25 years, the festival has reached over 43,000 students and engages approximately 1,500 students and 70 teachers each year.

Planning committee members represent organizations including the City of Dayton Department of Water, Public Health Dayton and Montgomery County, Five Rivers MetroParks, Montgomery County Environmental Services, City of Dayton Recreation and Youth Services, Miami Conservancy District, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Thursday
13
Virtual Program
Online live sessions through Zoom or
Recorded sessions after the Festival
8:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Dayton is ‘where the rivers meet’ because of our wonderful surface water resources that connect our region and provide a multitude of amenities. The Miami Valley also sits on a large, buried valley aquifer that supplies clean and plentiful drinking water to this area. The Children’s Water Festival teaches children how they can make responsible choices that help protect our precious water resources and the environment, now and for the future.

Started in 1997, the Children’s Water Festival is an annual one-day science field trip for Dayton area 4th-grade students. It offers a series of presentations and hands-on activities on groundwater, surface water, conservation, recycling, and land use. All activities are designed to contain factual and unbiased information that encourages the students to become life-long stewards. Over the past 25 years, the festival has reached over 43,000 students and engages approximately 1,500 students and 70 teachers each year.

Planning committee members represent organizations including the City of Dayton Department of Water, Public Health Dayton and Montgomery County, Five Rivers MetroParks, Montgomery County Environmental Services, City of Dayton Recreation and Youth Services, Miami Conservancy District, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Thursday
13
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Dr. Harper is an internationally-renowned expert in the area of water and sewage treatment processes. Before entering academia, Dr. Harper served as a process engineer with CH2M Hill, Inc. Current research projects focus on issues related to water infrastructure security, including toxic chemicals and biological weapons mobilized as viruses or spores. Research activity leverages traditional research approaches, such as mathematical modeling and laboratory-scale experimentation, augmented with modern tools from chemistry, microbiology, and computational chemistry. Dr. Harper has taught numerous courses in water quality, microbiology, and environmental policy and he has served as a visiting faculty member at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and at the Denmark Technical University. Visit the YouTube Channel for more relevant presentations: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3G0bz3nV4GzAFvgTZbpCrA
Friday
14
Virtual Program
Online live sessions through Zoom or
Recorded sessions after the Festival
8:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Dayton is ‘where the rivers meet’ because of our wonderful surface water resources that connect our region and provide a multitude of amenities. The Miami Valley also sits on a large, buried valley aquifer that supplies clean and plentiful drinking water to this area. The Children’s Water Festival teaches children how they can make responsible choices that help protect our precious water resources and the environment, now and for the future.

Started in 1997, the Children’s Water Festival is an annual one-day science field trip for Dayton area 4th-grade students. It offers a series of presentations and hands-on activities on groundwater, surface water, conservation, recycling, and land use. All activities are designed to contain factual and unbiased information that encourages the students to become life-long stewards. Over the past 25 years, the festival has reached over 43,000 students and engages approximately 1,500 students and 70 teachers each year.

Planning committee members represent organizations including the City of Dayton Department of Water, Public Health Dayton and Montgomery County, Five Rivers MetroParks, Montgomery County Environmental Services, City of Dayton Recreation and Youth Services, Miami Conservancy District, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Monday
17
San Antonio, TX
8:00 AM
Tuesday
18
San Antonio, TX
8:00 AM
Wednesday
19
Wednesday
19
San Antonio, TX
8:00 AM
Wednesday
19
Online - Zoom Meeting Room
9:00 AM
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Managing an MS4 is not easy. Educating and involving the public on stormwater pollution, preventing illicit discharges, keeping up on construction site inspections, and making sure your own municipal operations are in compliance with stormwater regulations can be tough. Come to the MS4 bootcamp and learn how other municipalities are addressing these challenges. Five MS4 representatives from around the state of Ohio will speak about how they are managing a specific component of their program. Ohio EPA will also provide an update on the NDPES stormwater general permit. This session aims to provide information about each of the six Minimum Control Measures and will offer time for Q&A. You won’t want to miss this opportunity!
Thursday
20
Thursday
20
San Antonio, TX
8:00 AM
Friday
21
Friday
21
San Antonio, TX
8:00 AM