Local kids are connecting to their watersheds and engaging their communities. Check out their projects to see how they’re doing it.
Browse multi-media projects integrating poetry, art and environmental science.
Watch videos of local youth engaging audiences to keep the river clean.
Get inspired by K-12 and poetry from the Connecticut River Valley.
Poetry by the River, Hartford, CT: “Think Like the River’s Flow”
By Elizabeth Slade May 9, 2013 Yesterday some young writers
Whose Forest Is It?
This short video captures the spirit and sequence of
Vernal Pool Art & Poetry Presentation
Vernal, by 2nd grader, Ryan Road School, Florence,
Children’s Guide to Turners Falls
Children’s artwork and poetry highlight the history and vitality of their river town.
Friend of the River
What does it mean to be a friend of the river? Children in
Hogback Tree Study
Third and fourth graders from Marlboro Elementary School, VT, created paintings and poems
Bridging Communities: How Does the River Connect Us?
Bridging Communities: How Does the River Connect Us? Visit the online exhibit of poetry and
Source to Sea: The Fish in the Polka Dot Dress
School-wide projects integrate science, art and environmental advocacy by celebrating the annual Source