MEANINGFUL WATERSHED EDUCATION EXPERIENCE, THE

MEANINGFUL WATERSHED EDUCATION EXPERIENCE, THE


THE MEANINGFUL WATERSHED EDUCATION EXPERIENCE (USA, 2006, 10 min.)

Washington, D.C. students participate in outdoor environmental education experiences along the Anacostia River. Produced by District Schools Television Production. Executive Producer, Brenda N. Mallory.

Introduced by Eric White, Manager, Multimedia Services, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. Panel discussion with filmmaker Jonathan Diamond, Gilda Allen, Environmental Program Specialist, District Department of the Environment and Rachel Grob, Director, The Child Development Institute, Sarah Lawrence College, follows screening.

Shown with WHEN LEARNING COMES NATURALLY

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, A-5 Auditorium

901 G St., NW

(METRO: Gallery Place–Chinatown or Metro Center)



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Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital