The students of William Howard Taft Elementary in Boise, ID participated in the inaugural PNCWA Water Palooza during the annual MA Conference in October.

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The 6th-Annual Water Palooza event included a day full of hands-on activities that engaged students in learning about the importance of water. 

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"WEF is like that magical universe where water, sustainability, and environment meet with innovation, science, and technology, together catalyzed by the love, passion, and responsibility that its’ members feel for this industry. In this milieu, my sense of belonging for what I do every day has found its reason to be, and today as a water professional, it motivates me to give the best of myself to this field."

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More than 175 volunteers from across the country participated in the 11th Annual WEF Community Service Project to build a bioswale and green infrastructure graphic in the historic Treme neighborhood of New Orleans.

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With the success of the Annual WEF Community Service Project, the PWEA SYPC hosts their 1st Annual Service Project at PennTec.

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Follow Holly's journey to the Stockholm Junior Water Prize and to saving the world "One Toilet at a Time."

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Braden Milford, winner of the U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize, talks about his journey to the water industry, his research, and his takeaways from the national competition.

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Inspired by the 2017 Annual Community Service Project at Manierre Elementary School, the Cistern Sisters reach out to the CSWEA to help design and install a rain garden.

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Seven of WEF's Young Professionals flew in from all over the country to represent their various states, network at the YP Luncheon, and meet with their respective Members of Congress at the National Water Policy Fly-In, held in conjunction with World Water Week. Carol Kinzer, of the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association, shares her experience.

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