RiverLink delivers K-12 watershed education at no cost to schools within the French Broad River Watershed. (Buncombe, Henderson, Transylvania, Haywood, Madison, Mitchell, Yancey, and Avery counties.)
Learning with RiverLink is hands-on and fun! Students leave lessons with the knowledge and skills to care for their watershed.
1. Download program guide (K-12 Watershed Education Offerings)
2. Choose lessons and fill out the lesson request completely–
3. Return sign-up sheet to RiverLink at least 2 weeks before desired date
4. RiverLink staff will contact you to confirm your program details
This program offers a creative way for students to engage with their watershed, and for the community to see what its youngest members find meaningful. Voices of the River lessons may be scheduled throughout the school year. Submissions are judged by local artists and community members. Then, at the annual Voices of the River Celebration, students receive recognition and prizes and can view their art on display. Following the celebration, held at our Earth Day Kid’s Festival, students’ art will be displayed around the community.
Go to our Voices of the River page and let us hear your voice!
RiverLink Education Coordinator, Micaela Hyams
Office: (828) 252-8474 ext.18
170 Lyman Street, Asheville, NC, 28801
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