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Updated: May 22, 2019 @ 1:28 pm
Waterloo fifth-graders attend first-ever Cedar Valley EnviroFest at Hawkeye Community College
Fifth-graders sing about living in a watershed while at the Water Rocks! assembly during Cedar Valley EnviroFest at Hawkeye Community College on Tuesday morning.
Brooklyn Dvorak, 11, spread pieces of paper on the ground as fifth-graders learn about the connection between animals at the "deadly links" station during Cedar Valley EnviroFest on Tuesday morning.
Fifth-graders count rings on a tree stump while at the forestry emerald ash borer station during Cedar Valley EnviroFest at Hawkeye Community College on Tuesday morning.
Destiny Birgans, 11, left, and Sapphire Taylor, 11, count the number of rings on a tree stump at the forestry emerald ash borer station during EnviroFest at Hawkeye Community College on Tuesday morning.
Fifth-graders react as a sprinkler comes on at the storm water station and they learn about what kind of water ends up going in the storm drains during Cedar Valley EnviroFest at Hawkeye Community College on Tuesday morning.
Fifth-graders hold onto strings to try and make a net so balls don't fall through as they learn about roots and nutrients at the root kerplunk booth put on by the Tallgrass Prairie Center during Cedar Valley EnviroFest on Tuesday morning.
WATERLOO — Mason Lange picked up some tips on how to conserve water Tuesday during the Cedar…
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