Walking on Water is an environmental education program that immerses kids in the underwater world of the springs, camera in hand. Students will learn about where our freshwater comes from, why that matters, and what we can do to protect it. The program also places the aquifer in the hands of students during a classroom visit where we will explore the winding tunnels of the aquifer via a 360 degree virtual tour and reflect on what we learned during the field trip through creative writing.

Please see the following 1-page Walking on Water Flyer for additional information. 

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1-page informational flyer for teachers and school administrators.

Please contact Jennifer Adler (jennifermadler@ufl.edu) if you are interested or if you have any additional questions. Thank you!

All field trips and classroom visits will be led by Jennifer Adler, a PhD student at the University of Florida. Jennifer is an underwater photographer, cave diver, biologist, and TEDx talker. She has a B.S. in Marine Biology from Brown University and originally moved south to work as a biologist at the U.S. Geological Survey in Gainesville, Florida in 2011. To learn more about Jennifer, please follow this link.