Category Archives: water

BOOK REVIEW: Worm Weather

Here in Oregon we’ve had days and days of rain. It’s expected, of course, and although as I type this our afternoon today is sunny, rain will continue as we get into Spring. That means getting my little girl out … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: Water is Water: A Book About the Water Cycle

Water is water, in all three states of matter: ice as a solid, liquid water as, well, a liquid, and water vapor as a gas. But there are many more ways of experiencing water, as shown beautifully in a new … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: stomper

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Water fountain at Beaverton City Park

While water fountains are not natural areas, they’re still loads of fun and children get to play in one of the most natural of substances – water! Plus, while Patrick splashed around, I got to watch a hummingbird fluttering about … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: Marco the Molecule by Rick Reynolds

Marco the Molecule: Water Adventure and Activity Book is the latest educational workbook by Rick Reynolds, a Portland educator who works to connect children to nature through Engaging Press and Engaging Every Student, LLC. In 2010, he published The Evergreen … Continue reading

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Slough Tour: Water Flow, January 19th

Via the CSWC: Slough Tour: Water Flow Jan 19, 4-5pm Multnomah County Drainage Districts, 1880 NE Elrod Dr, Portland OR 97211 Learn about the history of water control in the Portland area and get an up-close look at the people, … Continue reading

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Water! 2011, October 22nd

Via: Water! 2011 Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 • 10am-3pm Humboldt School 4915 N Gantenbein, Portland, OR 97217 No registration required. Just show up and enjoy! WATER! 2011 dives into today’s most pressing concerns about water resources by exploring how our … Continue reading

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