Educator Workshop Series: Project WET and Healthy Water, Healthy People
Project WET is a water-focused conservation education program for K-12 educators and their students. Topics include physical and chemical properties of water, the water cycle, water in life systems, water in earth systems, water as a resource, managing water resources, water in social and cultural constructs. Healthy Water, Healthy People focuses on grades six through university level to raise the awareness and understanding of water quality issues and their relationship to personal, public and environmental health. Participants receive both curriculum and activity guides, as well as a Stream Team water quality test kit.
All workshops start at 8:30 am and end by 4 pm. Graduate and Step Up to Quality credits available.
Space is limited; pre-registration is required for all workshops. Cost: $5/workshop. Workshops are facilitated by Licking County Soil & Water Conservation District, Licking Park District, and The Dawes Arboretum.