California Project WET Gazette-Learn about new programs, guides and activities for the new school year
The Autumn California Project WET Gazette provides an overview of changes in the works for Project WET, including across-the-board updating of our activities, new guides and improved online resources.
Last chance! This fall will be the last opportunity to receive the current, large Project WET Guide 2.0. Please pass the word to your colleagues who might be interested in getting a copy.
Upcoming Project Wet workshops:
- Riverside County, Sept. 30, at the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District office in Riverside: The workshop will focus on student activities that are hands-on, STEM-friendly and interdisciplinary. Learn more.
- Sacramento County, Oct. 14, at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael: An exploration of flood risk, flood preparedness and the benefits of floodplain restoration in the Sacramento region. Learn more.
- Alameda County, Oct. 21, at the Alameda County Water District office in Fremont: This workshop for K-12 teachers in Fremont, Union City and Newark offers a behind-the-scenes tour of the new fish passage on lower Alameda Creek. Learn more.
- Riverside County, Nov. 4, at the Coachella Valley Water District in Palm Desert: The district and the Mission Springs Water District will together offer Valley educators many multidisciplinary tools and activities to engage students in water education. Learn more.
You can read about the guide changes and all upcoming workshops in the Autumn California Project Wet Gazette.
Hope you have a wonderful fall season! – Brian