The Lamoille Watershed Quests program guides students through the watershed investigative process and helps them design a quest, or educational treasure hunt, in their local neighborhood. Developing watershed quests provides a hand-on learning opportunity for students to develop an understanding of the water sources and systems in their community and then design a tool to educate others. This program has been funded through generous grants from the Lake Champlain Basin Program and the Green Mountain Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation.
Interested in going on a watershed quest? Try one of the watershed quests below, designed by students at Cambridge Elementary School, Wolcott Elementary School and home-school participants in the Lake Elmore Watershed Quest workshop.