This event is free to the schools and students due to the financial support of the Gulf Coast Resource Conservation and Development Council, the Alabama Coastal Foundation, the Baldwin County Soil and Water Conservation District, the City of Daphne, the City of Fairhope, Riviera Utilities, Daphne Utilities, Wolf Bay Watershed Watch, Baldwin County Sewer Service, Mobile County Soil and Water Conservation District, Alabama Power, and the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System. We hope that you will volunteer your time to help!
Water Festivals are free watershed education days held annually for 4th grade students. The ACF is proud to be organizing this hands-on learning day for Baldwin, Mobile, and Escambia counties. These watershed education programs include hands-on activities that teach students about watershed management, water quality protection and the interconnectedness of our coastal way of life.