California Project WET Gazette — Lessons on Drought, Climate & Water Conservation
Activities to Explore Water Conservation and Take Action with Your Students
Drought condition continue through California and the West. The Spring Gazette highlights Project WET activities that explore water conservation while teaching skills learners of all ages can immediately use to conserve water and make our communities more climate resilient in the process.
You can experience many of the activities highlighted in this Gazette by attending one of the online, hybrid or fully in-person Project WET workshops we have available this spring. Or join us for one of our multi-day summer special events.
Project WET is celebrating World Water Day on March 22 with a special webpage of resources highlighting the role of groundwater, which is the 2022 World Water Day theme. The special webpage will be available through Earth Day.
Don’t forget to check-out our Water Education Foundation All Things Drought page to keep up on real-time reservoir levels, special reports, a newsfeed of current developments on the drought as well as answers to common drought questions and tips for how you can save water at home.
Despite our dry conditions, hope you have a wonderful spring! – Brian