canoemobileflyerOur partners at TMACOG are bringing an innovative outreach event to the Toledo area this month – Canoemobile.  Canoemobile is a “floating classroom” through Wilderness Inquiry that targets under-served students through hands-on environmental education. They will be bringing their 24 foot-long canoes to get kids out on the water from June 26th– 28th.  Partners for Clean Streams will be one of the outreach partners who will host activities that engage these youth to connect with their local waterways.  Thank you to the Toledo Community Foundation for supporting our engagement! There will be three days of water quality education with community partners from Keep Toledo/Lucas County Beautiful, Lucas Soil & Water Conservation District, The Mannik & Smith Group, Metroparks Toledo, National Museum of the Great Lakes, ODNR Scenic Rivers program, The Olander Park System, and the City of Toledo.  On Saturday, June 29th, Canoemobile will wrap up with a Watershed Festival from 11am – 3pm at Broadway Street Boat Launch.  The Watershed Festival is open to all public and will include food trucks, fun, and family-friendly activities!