Classroom Resources for Water Quality Education
If you are a teacher or youth coordinator looking for water quality education materials and resources, this is the place. Here is a sampling of what local and national organizations offer:
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) Water Education Program
These programs are part of the Public Education and Outreach project.
Project WET – Water Education for Teachers
Project WET is a national K-12 water education curriculum and training program offered locally through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Check out various Educator Guides, including Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 at this online portal, which offers many engaging, interdisciplinary and easy to use activities focused on all aspects of water in our lives.
Sharing Environmental Education Knowledge (SEEK)
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) maintains a website called SEEK, where you can look for programs, curricula, videos, organizations and more, in this interactive directory of environmental education resources in Minnesota.
Water Resources Center
The University of Minnesota Extension Service offers a broad array of programming and materials dealing with water quality, containing information for citizens interested in water quality, for water educators and for Extension personnel.
Metro WaterShed Partners
Metro WaterShed Partners is an innovative, dynamic coalition of over 60 public, private and non-profit organizations in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota area. Through collaborative education and outreach, it promotes a public understanding that inspires people to act to protect water quality in their watershed.
Healthy Water, Healthy People
Project Wet's Teach and Learn website includes lesson plans, educator publications, books for students and many more resources, all available in one place.
Minnesota Water- Let's Keep It Clean
Check Metro WaterShed Partners website called Minnesota Water- Let's Keep It Clean. This new & improved web site has a wide array of tools, seasonal tips and stories about people and organizations who make a difference in improving water quality.
Last updated Dec 2, 2016