The watershed game is a very interesting and interactive game that helps the students learns about the relationship between the water and the land.
The main motive of this game is to explain how the usage of land can affect the quality of water in the water bodies.
There is a Stream version, Lake Version and a River version of this game that shows how various activities on the land can impact these water bodies.
This easy game takes up to 2 hours to finish, and some participants can participate in the game at one time.
The game has been developed through the Northland NEMO Program in association with the University of Minnesota Sea Grant and Minnesota Extension Program.