Secchi Science Fair

Join us for SECCHI SCIENCE FAIR. Win prizes by exploring the Science,Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math of Beaver Lake and its watershed on your laptop, computer, notepad, or other mobile device in a safe, comfortable place. View and do over 70 “exhibits” brought to you by more than 20 Secchi Science Fair friends and partners. Enter the comments you have about your experiences and qualify for prizes!

Secchi Day lake sampling activities — with many, longtime and dedicated volunteers — continued this year on Aug. 15, 2020, with all the necessary precautions to ensure everyone was safe. Secchi Day is named for the Secchi Disk, a black and white device lowered into the water to measure clarity. Beaver Water District thanks its many partners this year and throughout the years. Their continued support and service is greatly appreciated during these challenging times.

Beaver Lake Fire Department, Beaver Watershed Alliance, Girl Scouts Diamonds of Arkansas, Hobbs State Park, North American Lake Management Society, Arkansas Master Naturalists (NW AR), Northwest Arkansas Stormwater Education, One Community,  The Ozark Society, Ozarks Water Watch, UA Cooperative Extension Service-Benton County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Beaver Lake, and U.S. Geological Survey. Others of note (but not a complete list) include Chief Meteorologist Dan Skoff of KNWA (Premiere Media Sponsor), 3W Magazine, Harps, Hiland Dairy, Cook’s Natural Market, Vanzant Fruit Farms, Al Lopez (Papa Rap), Benton County Environmental Division, Outdoor Cap, Dancenhance Entertainment, B-Scene Media, Hog Radio STAR 101.5 and The Coyote 96.7, KQIS-105.3, La Zeta Radio 95.7, Marshallese Radio 98.9 KMRW, Univision Arkansas, KFSM, KUAF 91.3, Arkansas Living magazine of the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Beaver Lake Outdoor Center, Arkansas & Missouri Railroad, Bass Pro Shops, Arkansas Department of Health-Benton County Unit, Arkansas Rural Water Association, Free Geek Arkansas, Friends of Hobbs, Illinois River Watershed Partnership, Northwest Arkansas Land Trust, Shiloh Museum, University of Arkansas Biological Sciences, Watershed Conservation Resource Center, Marshallese Education Initiative, Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese, Davis Videos.