An E.E. Ford Foundation grant-funded program, Project Flow invites public and private school students to explore water as artists, scientists, historians, and social activists. This six-week summer program is for rising ninth-graders in the Philadelphia area. Planned in the summer of 2009, the program has just finished its second summer. Last year, our inaugural year, students in the program created collaborative projects to inform the public about local and global water issues; these included a documentary, an online water testing database, an art show, a brochure, and an elementary school workbook.
This past summer students once again explored the Philadelphia watersheds. Enjoy watching the film they made during the summer of 2011entitled "Make at Change" at right. We welcome your inquiries and questions.