RiverXchange® is a project-based program where students advocate for watershed health in their community!
- RiverXchange students explore local water resources and conservation concerns with water resource professionals and educators from local institutions.
- New Mexico classes receive 4 in-class presentations and a field trip to help students explore these issues.
- Through our hands-on curriculum, students learn about The Big Water Questions and gain the knowledge they need to decide for themselves what they can do to protect water resources.
- Students advocate for their local watershed in their community through a capstone project of interest.
By teaching about how water works in our communities and inspiring action in our community, we gain understanding and appreciation for the critical role water plays in our lives. This inspires us all to care for and protect water, everywhere.