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Leonardo DaVinci once referred to water as the driving force of all nature. He wasn’t far from the truth. Humans are more than 60 percent water. About 71 percent of the Earth's surface is water-covered. And whether referring to a person, animal, or plant, water is necessary for life. Professionals who advocate for and educate about water resources are known as riverkeepers. The University of West Georgia’s College of Education recently hosted the Chattahoochee Riverkeepers (CRK) in an information session held for teachers and education majors. For over 20 years, CRK has invited over 40,000 students and educators aboard their floating classroom on Lake Lanier. In September, a new vessel launched on West Point Lake in LaGrange.Read More...