"See for Yourself: What’s In Your Water?" Training

Background

"See for Yourself: What's In Your Water?" is a community education project developed in 2016-2017 to increase the Flint community's ability to protect itself during the water crisis through knowledge and citizen science.

More than 1,000 Flint residents gained skills and knowledge through twenty community education events, covering topics including:

  • How water get from its source to your home,
  • How to test your water for lead and understand the test results
  • Proper filter use
  • Getting connected with people who can answer your questions about the water system and provide resources for your home

All training materials are free and publicly available below, in order to support continued community education. Please feel free to use this information and share it broadly!