220 students from eight different bilingual schools of Granada gathered to hear presentations from Big Bend National Park’s Chief of Science and Resource Management, David Larson, and Frank Talluto, the U.S. Embassy’s Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Attaché. They delivered presentations on “US National Parks: a brief history and current resource management practices” and “Water Scarcity: The U.S. Global Water Strategy Answers the Call” respectively. Both speakers were introduced by Mr. Germán González Pérez, Granada’s Delegate of Education. Thanks to the support the Embassy received from Granada’s Department of Education, the students were able to spend two hours learning about U.S. policies and practices related to the environment.