California Project WET Gazette – Spring 2017 is available
The Spring 2017 California Project WET Gazette is “live” on the Water Education Foundation website.
Recently, flood waters have torn through residential neighborhoods, roads and both spillways of our largest dam, which has led to many Californians asking the obvious questions – Isn’t the drought over and why hasn’t the state lifted the drought restrictions?
Nearly 40 percent of California’s average annual water supply budget is based on groundwater – a reservoir that doesn’t exactly refill as quickly as water flowing downhill into a reservoir.
The spring edition of the Gazette focuses on groundwater, including the activity “Get the Ground Water Picture.”
The newsletter is a quarterly publication written by California Project WET Coordinator Brian Brown.
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is an award-winning, water education program and publisher. It promotes awareness, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through classroom-ready teaching aids. The Water Education Foundation is the California Coordinator for Project WET.
Click here to read the Spring 2017 edition of the California Project WET Gazette.