|Passport To Clean Water|
About Passport to Clean Water Program
The Passport to Clean Water Program began in 2012 as an educational tool for young, Operation Clean Stream volunteers. Each year, organizations throughout the St. Louis Region, whose mission includes water quality, facilitate educational, interactive activities, discussions, and explorations that explain different aspects of water with youth and their families. Our goal with this program is to provide all participants with crucial, take-home knowledge on how they can improve water quality in their own daily lives.
This year's Passport to Clean Water program will take place on August 23, 2014 in Greentree Park in Kirkwood, MO and is free and open to all youth ages 5-18. The program will run from 11 am - 1:00 pm.
Register for the Passport to Clean Water Program by clicking here.
Groups that have already committed to participating in this year's program include Missouri Stream Team, Friends of La Barque Creek, Missouri Wildlife Rescue Center, St. Louis County Parks, Metropolitan Sewer District, Endangered Wolf Center and the Nature Conservancy. We anticipate more organizations, and in turn, a fun, successful day of knowledge and service to the Meramec River Watershed.
Companies participating this year in Passport to Clean Water are:
-Ozark Fly Fishers
-Friends of Labarque Creek
-MO Wildlife Rescue Center
-STL County Parks/MRRA
-Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD)
-World Bird Sanctuary
-Endangered Wolf Center
-Great Rivers Greenway District
-MDC's Angler Education