Beginning in 2022, a new partnership between Scientists, Artists, and Students is forming. This program, Drawing Water: Engaging Community through Art and Science in Northern Wisconsin, is made possible through a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea grant. The goal of the art and science collaboration is to demonstrate the beauty of the natural world and the scientific process; bridge communication and interest for varied groups of people; and encourage the next generation to link art and science to generate a richer and wider value system. Partners at Trout Lake Station, Lac du Flambeau Tribal Natural Resources Department, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Northern Highland Fishery Research Area, and local artists will be mentoring student interns to work at the boundary of art and science, offer educational opportunities to the community, and improve their craft. The summer culminates with a three day middle-school art camp planned by the interns in conjunction with the North Lakeland Discovery Center. A traveling exhibit will take p[lace in the summer of 2024 to highlight the work that the scientists, artists, and students have accomplished.