"Stop the spread of invasive species"... click here for more information.
For a copy of the youth water quality activity booklet click here.
The U.S. Environmental Protecton Agency (EPA) offers educational and fun information for teachers and children to help them learn more about protecting our environment. Click here for more information.
Take the Stormwater Runoff Challenge
This crossword puzzle placemat offered by the Environmental Protection Agency provides a fun learning opportunity for middle school children and can be used at home or to generate classroom discussion or further exploration of water pollution issues. Click here for a downloadable placemat.
The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, for Kindergarten through twelfth grades, is a collection of innovative, water-related activities that are hands-on, easy to use and fun. Project WET activities incorporate a variety of formats, such as large and small group learning, laboratory investigations, discussion of local and global topics and involvement in community service projects.
The Goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids for both inside and outside the classroom.
Project WET is not just for schools. Summer camps and youth organizations can make use of the Project WET activities.
For more information on Project WET, please call Diane Fiorentino at 739-2009 and arrange for a Project WET activity.
Click here for the current issue of Water Sense, a publication of the US Environmental Protection Agency.