What is Project WET?
Project WET (Water Education Today) is a water education program spanning the globe that believes informed people are more likely to participate in the decision making process and to make a difference through their actions. Project WET invites educators, resource managers, community leaders and concerned citizens to join Project WET in educating young people about one of the most precious resources on the planet – water.
Click here to view a video of Project WET’s impact around the world, and here to view a video of how Project WET can help teachers engage students in the study of climate change. You can also read an article about one of our specialized summer institutes.
Project WET in California is funded by grants from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, California-Great Basin and the U.S. Geological Survey, California Water Science Center.
Special thanks to the California Department of Water Resources for helping to sponsor California Project WET University student education programs and for help with specialized institutes for teacher professional development.
“Thank you for one of the most energetic and relevant workshops I have ever attended.” – Elk Grove USD teacher
Project WET is committed to global water education that is implemented at the community level.
Project WET materials are protected by copyright and all reproductions or alterations are subject to the Permissions Policy published by the Project WET International Foundation.