Students from 18 local high schools presented projects on water’s impact on communities worldwide during San Antonio Water System’s sixth annual Confluence summit, Feb. 7 at the Henry B. González Convention Center.
Each year, Confluence focuses on one critical, water-related issue, and this year’s topic was the value of water. The goal of the program is to help give youth an informed voice in the community so they can make a meaningful contribution to San Antonio’s water future.
Confluence features dozens of hands-on experiences aimed at highlighting the high worth of water — from H2O-themed mini-golf to interactive quiz shows to canoeing lessons.
About 900 students took part in this year’s event. To date more than 3,000 area high school students have participated in Confluence.
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