What is the Fate of Your Rainfall? Leader Guide

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
Price
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Overview

This leader guide is to be used to teach people about the movement of water through the water cycle, the concept of watersheds, effects of land cover and management on the path of rainwater, and ways to decrease rainwater runoff and promote infiltration.

This leader guide is to be used to teach people about the movement of water through the water cycle, the concept of watersheds, effects of land cover and management on the path of rainwater, and ways to decrease rainwater runoff and promote infiltration. (28 pp.)

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