Algae Blooms and the Indian River Lagoon
EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador Katie Croom highlights the water quality impacts of algae blooms in Florida's Indian River Lagoon.
Water Monitoring with the ANS
Highlights from the water quality monitoring work led by the America Nepal Society and Prince William County Soil and Water District.
NC State's Push for Zero Waste
EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador Austin Dunlow highlights efforts to reduce waste at NC State University.
Water: a Finite Resource
EEWC Ambassador Veronica Cunitz highlights the importance of conserving freshwater based on her experiences living on the island of Oahu.
Xylem Montecchio Leads EEWC in Italy
Xylem Watermark volunteer Silvia Festival shares highlights from the work of the Xylem Montecchio to engage young water stewards in Italy.
Addressing Plastic on Wassaw Island
EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador Kyra Stillwagon highlights her experiences addressing plastic pollution on the Georgia coast.
Biscayne Bay Water Quality Testing
EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador Maria Torres highlights her work monitoring water quality off the coast of south Florida.
Citizen Science in Hawaii's Waterways
EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador, Dyson Chee, highlights his work monitoring water quality and the importance of citizen science.
Activating Young Water Stewards w/ OPAK
Water monitoring and education program highlights from EarthEcho Water Challenge Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc.!
Water Testing w/ Mintie White Elementary
Students at Mintie White Elementary School took action to monitor and cleanup their local wetlands in Watsonville, CA.
SMNHC Monitors Local Water Quality
Sandia Mountain Natural History Center leads local elementary students through water monitoring and ecology education programs.
Protecting Waterways w/ Mystic Aquarium
EarthEcho's partnership with Mystic Aquarium's STEM Mentoring program empowered Boys & Girls Club members in Philadelphia to take action.
Ohio Girl Scouts Protect Local Waterways
Ohio Girl Scouts work to monitor and clean up local water ways as part of their Wonders of Water Badge program.
Mentoring Young Water Stewards in NC
Xylem volunteer Cheri Hinton reflects on her experiences engaging young leaders in the EarthEcho Water Challenge.
The Outdoor Classrooms of the EEWC
EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council member Delaney Reynolds highlights the opportunity to become an EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador
Protecting Florida's Coral Reefs
Florida Keys High School Students work with Mote Marine Laboratory to monitor water quality and protect coral reefs.
Monitoring Water in NM State Parks
Students and staff from Sandia Mountain Natural History Center investigate and monitor water quality in New Mexico State Parks.
Whigham Elementary Helps #MonitorWater
Whigham Elementary School students take action to monitor water quality and prepare for their World Wetland's Day Cleanup in south Florida.
2017 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit
EarthEcho YLC member Elizabeth Sherr highlights her experience sharing the EarthEcho Water Challenge at the Youth Ocean Conservation Summit.
Xylem and St. Cassian's School Team Up
Xylem Watermark volunteers bring STEM education to St. Cassian's School with the EarthEcho Water Challenge!
2017 International River Crossing Event
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan host International River Crossing Event focused on water education and conservation.
Students Work to Protect the Mississippi
Students from Kentucky and Indiana team up with Living Lands & Waters to monitor water!
Delaware Students Monitor Local Rivers
Gunning Bedford Middle School Monitor and Cleanup Local Rivers
NM Students Analyze Local Water Quality
New Mexico students work with USGS to analyze local water quality
New Jersey Students Help Monitor Water
New Jersey 5th grade students monitor water with the help of Xylem Watermark!
Wander Like Water Expedition Kicks Off!
We're excited to team up with Sarah and Patrick Houston on their 2,000 mile journey investigating the water of the Mississippi River!
Xylem Watermark Making a Difference
Xylem Employees Help to Launch the 2016 Monitoring Period
Phongola River, South Africa
The Treverton Post Matric students of 2015 undertook an adventure during June 2015.