Georgia Project WET

What is Georgia Project WET?

Each state has coordinators who provide local training and administration for the Project WET program. In Georgia, the coordinators provide training for formal and non-formal educators and facilitators through water education workshops promoted throughout the state, and provide materials and support to all those who participate. Workshop participants receive hands-on training and the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide which features more than 65 activities developed, field-tested, and reviewed by over 600 educators nation-wide.

Resources

Georgia Educator Resources
Georgia Standards Correlations

 

Contact Us

Name Phone Email
Jo Adang 404-651-8515      jo.adang@dnr.ga.gov
Monica Kilpatrick    404-651-8521    monica.kilpatrick@dnr.ga.gov

Georgia Project WET is proud to be fiscal partners with the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia.   

The Project WET program is supported in Georgia by the Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Watershed Protection Branch through a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under provisions of Section 319 (h) of the Federal Clean Water Act of 1987, as amended.