Photo from Project Wet website

Photo from Project Wet website

About Project WET

Project WET provides educator trainings with the goal of bringing students objective, experiential, multi-discipline water education. Their curriculum is K12, NGSS and Common Core aligned, and extremely user friendly.

Their stated mission is "to reach children, parents, teachers and community members of the world with water education that promotes awareness of water and empowers community action to solve complex water issues."

 

 

The Details

When: Aug 7-8, 10-4pm

Where: David Yearsley River Heritage Center, Petaluma

Lunch Provided

The Perks

$200 Stipend

Free Project WET curriculum book

Day 1

This day of the training will have a focus on navigating Project WET curriculum with the Petaluma Watershed in mind. Be ready for a fun and informative day of interactive, hands-on learning! 

Day 2

The second day we will be embarking on a micro-field trip series, exploring the many exciting options for out-of-classroom education in and around the Petaluma Watershed! The training culminates in an afternoon paddle on the Petaluma River and ends with refreshments at the DYRHC Barn.

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Questions?

Contact katelynn@friendsofthepetalumariver.org