Students at the Bennett Elementary School in Boiceville share their knowledge of water in a 22-minute educational video about water’s importance and what can be done to protect and conserve water. The students – all members of the “Watershed Detectives” after-school science club, live in the Catskill Mountains above the Ashokan Reservoir. The Reservoir is part of the New York City drinking water supply for 9 million New Yorkers. The video is a resource for elementary school science teachers and aligns directly with science concepts learned in class. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County guided the students in producing the video and retired Onteora teacher David Laks, now a videographer, filmed the video with his equipment. The science club is organized and taught by Cornell Cooperative Extension in partnership with the Onteora Central School District. The video was made possible with funding from the NYC Department of Environmental Protection provided to the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program (AWSMP) to support education and outreach.