WATER: Congressional Representation to Protect a Precious Resource
This exhibit tells the stories of many of Oklahoma’s dams, reservoirs, and rivers through the lens of legislation and the members of Congress that worked to protect our state’s water in the past and today.
Interested in viewing the exhibit online? Curious to hear more about the topics featured in the exhibit? The resources below allow you to take an audio tour of the panels, in addition to downloading exhibit panels themselves.
Curricular Materials for Educators
Middle-school and high-school educators are encouraged to use these lessons plans in their classrooms. Certified teachers have crafted the materials so that they adhere to appropriate Oklahoma Academic Standards.
Follow the Exhibit's Journey Through Oklahoma
Find out when the exhibit will be near you
|July 2015||Lawton Public Library|
|August 2015||Anadarko Community Library|
|September 2015||Oklahoma East Central University, Linscheid Library|
|October 2015||Ardmore Public Library|
|November 2015||McAlester Public Library|
|December 2015||Cherokee City County Library|
|January 2016||Western Plains Library System (Clinton)|
|February 2016||Oklahoma Museum of the Western Prairie|
|March 2016||Eufaula Memorial Library|
|April 2016||University of Oklahoma|
|May 2016||Muskogee Public Library|
|June 2016||Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge|
|July 2016||Ponca City Library|
|August 2016||Pioneer Library System|
|September 2016||Pioneer Library System|
|October 2016||Pioneer Library System|
|November 2016||Tulsa City County Library|
|December 2016||Tulsa City County Library|
|January 2017||Chickasaw National Recreation Area|
|February 2017||Chickasaw National Recreation Area|
Take our water quiz
Find the materials that were used to make the exhibit
Read about Oklahoma's comprehensive water plan
Check out FEMA's National Flood Hazard Map to find out
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