A few weeks ago, members of the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission took part in the Jeff Davis Field Day focusing on K-2nd graders. One of the things they taught the kids was some of teh items that should and should not be flushed. The Soil and Water employees used the “Flushable” and “Non-Flushable” game to teach kids the things that should and should not be flushed to protect not only septic systems but also municipal systems. Thanks to Nancy Conner and Christi Brantley for sending the following write-up and pictures of the event.