Additional Resources

Related Organizations and Websites 

  • Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia

    The Environmental Education Alliance (EEA) of Georgia is a nonprofit organization that promotes communication and education among professionals in the field of environmental education in Georgia. 

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  • Environmental Education in Georgia

    Georgia's online guide to environmental education (EE). Includes lesson plans based on Georgia’s curriculum standards, statewide calendar of EE events, EE news, such as job openings, grants, contests, and much more!

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  • Georgia Adopt-A-Stream

    Georgia Adopt-A-Stream (AAS) is the state's volunteer water quality monitoring program. The program engages citizen scientists all across Georgia and beyond in water protection activities through a series of educational workshops, training individuals on the physical, chemical and biological health of their waterways.

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  • Rivers Alive

    Rivers Alive is Georgia's annual volunteer waterway cleanup event that targets all waterways in the state, including streams, rivers, lakes, beaches, and wetlands.

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  • EPA How's My Waterway

    How's My Waterway was designed to provide the general public with information about the condition of their local waters based on data that states, federal, tribal, local agencies and others have provided to EPA.

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  • USGS Water Science School

    The USGS Water Science School has extensive water basics and water use information, interactive displays, resources, data, picture gallery, glossary, and more.

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Tools and Materials 

  • Dragonfly Gazette Newsletter Archive

    Check out the Georgia Project WET newsletter archive, which features articles of interest such as state-specific water topics, thematic lesson plans, interviews, and more. 

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  • Environmental Literacy Guidelines for Georgia

    This guide, created by GA Project WET, will help you learn about the concepts, skills, and experiences that you can use to guide students in understanding the environment and their role in it.

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  • EnviroScape Scripts

    Use these scripts to demo 5 different areas of the model and to discuss BMPs, permitting, point and nonpoint source pollution and more. 

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  • Watershed Map of Georgia

    A map of all of the water basins in Georgia.

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  • Field Guide to the Southern Piedmont

    The Field Guide to the Southern Piedmont is an identification guide to over 700 common or distinctive organisms living in the region. The field guide e-book is available to download free to a digital device. 

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  • Get 'Em Outside (Video)

    A five-minute video celebrating the value of environmental education.

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  • The Magic of Water

    Who doesn't love MAGIC?! Bring the Magic of Water to your classroom. Each lesson is intended to introduce a Project WET activity and to get your students engaged in water resources! 

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  • Momma Bass and the Mudsliders Songbook

    This songbook, developed by Georgia Project WET, is full of fun, water-related songs for your students!

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  • 12 Dips of Monitoring Song

    Lead your students in this song all about the different macroinvertebrates you can find in your stream!

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  • Wetlands: Information Booklet

    A guide to wetlands in Georgia, including the definition of a wetland, types of wetlands, and their functions. 

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