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Project WET

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Project WET is a national environmental education organization that has developed science-based activities for pre-K – 12th grade to encourage critical thinking about water, water quality, water resources, water conservation and water management. These STEM lessons compiled in thematic educator guidebooks meet NGSS standards of a science classroom, have literacy, math, or history components, make career connections, and bring awareness of environmental justice challenges.

Available workshops

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Foundations of Water Education

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Healthy Water, Healthy People

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Wonders of the Wetlands

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Climate, Water and Resilience

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Getting Little Feet WET

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Water & Earth Systems


Workshops are FUN, FREE, and a FAVORITE of educators

Workshops offer training on how to use the guidebooks with accompanying online resources, and continuing education hours are earned through attendance of a workshop that is recognized by the Indiana Department of Education.

Looking to have a workshop in your area?

Email Kathy Madren, Project WET State Coordinator,

Would you like to facilitate your own workshop?

If you are an environmental educator interested in training others in Project WET, email Kathy Madren, Project WET State Coordinator,

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