Knee Deep In Knowledge

A newspaper article about a classroom water-quality monitoring program inspired honors biology teacher Connie Gannon to literally send her Waterford Mott High School students “up a creek” in Waterford, Mich. Twice a year, Gannon’s students make the short trek on foot from school to Waterford Oaks County Park to participate in the Clinton River Watershed Council’s Stream Leaders Program. The project is hosted by a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, …


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