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Mountain School @ Home Lesson 15: Watersheds in the North Cascades and at Home

This is part 5 in the series: Mountain School at Home

Students! Parents! Teachers! During this time of school closures and stay-at-home guidelines, North Cascades Institute is sharing lessons and activities from our talented Mountain School instructors. We hope these will inspire students of all ages to continue to learn about the natural world and discover new connections to the outdoors from home. This lesson was created by Mountain School instructor Taylor Woolsey. Find more lessons and activities on our blog or website.

Watersheds in the North Cascades and at Home

The river is flowing
Flowing and growing
The river is flowing
Down to the sea

Where does water exist around you?
For some, the answer is in the outside world—rain, lakes, rivers, or oceans

In an inside space, one could identify showers, sinks, pipes, or refrigerators. 

Thinking deeper, you may notice that water also exists in creatures, inside plants, underground, or stored in clouds. What are some other less obvious sources of water in our world?

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