River Basin to Reservoirs: A Profile of the Kansas Republican River Basin and Reservoirs
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Middle schoolers examine the role the river played in the settlement of towns in the basin. Student groups prepare an oral presentation on Milford Lake, Tuttle Creek Lake or Perry Lake.
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