NAHS Rain Barrel Art Project for the Cincinnati Zoo

Students from North Adams High School have been selected to paint rain barrels as part of the sixth annual Rain Barrel Art Project, an initiative designed to educate the community about water conservation and pollution caused by storm water runoff.
The Rain Barrel Art Project is a joint effort of SaveLocalWaters.org and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. As part of this initiative, students and other community members throughout the Ohio River Valley submitted artistic designs to beautify otherwise dull rain barrels. About 40 of those designs were selected. The rain barrels will be displayed at the Cincinnati Zoo’s Go Green Garden through April and will be auctioned off during the Online Rain Barrel Art Benefit Auction between April 9 and 19, 2018. The e-bay platform will be used to accept bids on the barrels.

The following students designed and worked on the rain barrels:

Bee Barrel- Madison Siders (not pictured) Bee Rain Barrel Art Project

Indian Textile Elephant Barrel- Erica Hendrickson, Adison Wright and Kirsten Kennedy

NAHS Rain Barrel Art Students
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