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Water Week: What is Water

  20-Oct-2021      02:00PM
Live Event

Water is essential for all life and is the most abundant substance on Earth. Water covers 75% of the earth’s surface, however only a very small amount is fresh water that can be used directly by people, animals and plants.

It is waters unique chemical properties that make it crucial for all life on earth. The session includes:

  • A presentation on the importance of water
  • Exploration of the Water Cycle
  • Experiments with water
  • How to do a school water audit

Discover why water is so important with this FREE session for National Water Week.


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Australian Environmental Education

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  20-Oct-2021    02:00PM   + Google Calendar  + iCal Export

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If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Australian Environmental Education

Phone: 407976892

Email: Australian Environmental Education Contact

Website: https://www.australianenvironmentaleducation.com.au/

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