About Envision

Groundwater models (also called groundwater simulators, groundwater flow models, sand tank models, aquifer simulators, aquarium models and groundwater demonstrators.) The Envision simulator is an improved version of the simulator design originated by Richard Passero at Western Michigan University and the GEM Centers and was later sold by the Western Group, Fisher Scientific and Crystal Scientific of Kalamazoo, Michigan as the GWS III and GWS IV.

EnVision groundwater models are the ONLY models manufactured with the permission and under the guidance of Richard Passero, who is now retired. Envision Envvironmental Education, LLC provides a similar, but superior product to Crystal Scientific, but Envision is NOT in Any Way associated with Crystal Scientific.

The recirculating reservoir tank type system used in the Envision model is superior to older simulator designs by Iowa State, University of Nebraska, Ward Scientific, NeoSci, Southern Illiniois University and the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point which can be difficult to use. The Envision groundwater simulator is the preferred simulator design used by groups such as rural water association, state DEP and DEQ, retired senior environment corp (rsvp), environmental alliance for senior involvement (EASI), HomeGuard groups, watershed associations and wellhead and source water protection committees.

If you are an educator, be sure to watch for the Envision bedrock simulator in use by the American Groundwater Trust, AGWT, at their Groundwater Institute for Teachers. The Envision model is a great compliment to Project WET, TAPwater by American Water Works Association, AWWA, Children's Groundwater Festivals, Hydromania and other groundwater education programs for wellhead and source water protection programs.

Envison Products are a great compliment to any events during Water Week and Earth Day (April 22, 2009).

For Your Convenience, the 2009 Dates Water Week for Each US State & Territory Appears Below.
We have added some information regarding international dates as well. If you are aware of additional dates and would like to submit them to us for posting in our list, please send them to us at: webmaster@creativelabworks.com

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Alabama Montana
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Arizona New Hampshire
Arkansas New Jersey
California New Mexico
Colorado New York
Connecticut North Carolina
Delaware North Dakota
District of Columbia Northern Marianas Islands
Florida Ohio
Georgia Oklahoma
Guam Oregon
Hawaii Pennsylvania May 3 - 9, 2009
Idaho Puerto Rico
Illinois Rhode Island
Indiana South Carolina
Iowa South Dakota
Kansas Tennessee
Kentucky Texas
Louisiana Utah
Maine Vermont
Maryland Virginia
Massachusetts Virgin Islands
Michigan Washington
Minnesota West Virginia
Mississippi Wisconsin
Missouri Wyoming
National Water Week October 18-24, 2009 World Water Day March 22, 2009
World Water Week March 22-28, 2009