BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart teamed up with trading partners and Project WET to sponsor a kid-focused water sustainability education program. The Sustainability 360 Festival was scheduled to take place here last Friday. The program's objective is to teach fourth graders about the importance of water quality, pollution prevention, the water cycle, and water use and management, according to Stephanie Kaleva, director of communications for Project WET, a nonprofit water education program for ...

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