Wonders of Water and Wildlife Offers Hands-On Conservation Opportunities for Girls
As one of Duke Energy’s Water Resources Fund recipients, the Hornet’s Nest Council brought the Wonders of Water and Wildlife (WoWW) program to its campus in Iredell County, which serves the surrounding eight counties. The program is developing tomorrow’s leaders in water conservation by teaching girls how to improve water quality and quantity.
We want to make sure every time a girl interacts with the water she knows how to treat it so she remains safe and it remains safe. The new improvements will help the camp safely teach girl scouts about water science and animal life.
– Angela Woods, CEO, Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council
The Water Resource Fund from Duke Energy is a multiyear, $10 million commitment to protect and restore waterways in the Carolinas and neighboring states. Learn more about all 73 of the projects we’ve supported so far, and how you can get involved.