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Water Planet Day

Celebrate the wet side of Earth Day in the Learning Garden with hands-on demonstrations from water organizations around the state.
• Learn how groundwater gets polluted
• make a wind turbine
• create a well model
• find out about statewide water monitoring
• read well water depth with steel tape
• view ways to conserve water
• and more!

Free of charge.
For more info:

Look for the garden on the east side of 18th Street -- cross the crosswalk from Museum's dino sculptures (Spike Pentaceratops & Alberta Albertosaurus) and go straight on the sidewalk til you see the garden fence and gate - you can also google Kiwanis Learning Garden ABQ and see our location is listed on "Old Town Road."

Participating organizations:
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Sandia National Labs
Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project (BEMP)
New Mexico Rural Water Association
Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Association (ABCWUA)
New Mexico Environment Department

New Mexico Office of the State Engineer

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