Camper photograph of Mississippi River
Mississippi River Water Journey Camps: 2019 Exhibit

Reception for Rain Camp Exhibit (2017)
The exhibit shows the story of youth exploring their water systems to discover how they are interconnected with the Mississippi River.  In two summer camps, Water Journey: Rain!, and Water Journey: Drink!, youth start at a storm drain or a drinking fountain at their camp and follow the water along underground pipes, through pumps, water treatment plants, and wetlands, to the river, as they meet the professionals along the way that help protect our water. The exhibit shares what the campers experienced and created through their photographs, nature notebooks, hand made maps, and the final GIS (Geographic Information System) story maps about their journeys.


"Mississippi River Water Journey Camps 2019"
is on exhibit July 3, 2019 through August (Date TBD), 2019

Receptions: Campers, Parents and the Public are invited to a reception to see the work of the young explorers/artists/scientists
Drink! reception: Friday, July 19, 4:30-5:30 pm
Rain! reception: Friday, July 26, 4:30-5:30 pm


Commons Meeting and Art Space at Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota
Located in R350 Learning & Environmental Sciences. The Commons: Meeting & Art Space is usually open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Parking is available behind the building in the Gortner Avenue Ramp. Check calendar at the Commons page to confirm open times: LINK

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