The American Museum of Natural History in NYC is hosting an exhibition titled "Water: H20=Life" from November 3, 2007-May 26, 2008. The exhibit conveys some key messages about water, and covers a broad spectrum of topics. The facts on the exhibition website (like information on "frogsicles") are truly fascinating. The museum's kid's page is focusing on this exhibit as well...check out their "Stuff to Do," like creating a coral reef.
We encourage you to attend this event, and tell us what you learned, the impact of the exhibit, and any other thoughts.
Monday, November 19, 2007
Adding to the previous post about drinking water in New Jersey, the Courier News printed an article in a similar vein on November 11: "Experts say NJ's water could run out in 20 years." The article can be found at http://www.c-n.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071111/NEWS/711110319. It is a very good article for anyone interested in planning for New Jersey's water future.