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We envision a world in which action-oriented education enables every child to understand and value water, ensuring a sustainable future.
Why Project Wet [Video]
This training is available anytime and is self-paced. $20 registration fee includes the printed Climate, Water and Resilience guide. This training helps educators teach middle and high school students about climate and climate change using interactive, objective, science-based activities that students will enjoy.
Looking for Project WET certification? The Project WET Foundation is offering an online certification program. The training is available anytime, is self-paced, and open to all educators. $30 registration fee includes the Project WET K-12 Curriculum & Activity Guide.
Educate. Empower. Act.
Workshops and training are offered on an ongoing basis. View the full list for upcoming dates.
The River of Words (ROW) Project is a free program designed to help K-12 students understand their sense of place by studying a watershed in their own environment then expressing what they discover through poetry and art. The art and poetry can then be entered into a national contest.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2023 Georgia River of Words contest, and thank you to all of our participants!
Need activity ideas or art/poetry examples to inspire your students? The free ROW Teacher's Guide contains information on Georgia's watersheds and ways to incorporate science, poetry, art and service learning into the classroom.
Project WET is Water Education Today, a water education program for K-12 educators.
Project WET in the classroom and beyond.
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Interactive site for students.
National Project WET Foundation website.