Utah State University Water Quality Extension Presents: U.S.A. Introduction and Overview â€œWe believe in the power of education and we believe that it should start out at an early age . . . when taught
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Water Quality Extension
Introduction and Overview
that it should start out at an early age . . . when taught
early, children can understand the importance of water and can bring that knowledge to those surrounding them.”
Youth Vision Statement
Second World Water Forum
March 17-22, 2000
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers)
is an international, interdisciplinary,
water education program for formal and nonformal educators of students ages 5 to 18
is to reach Children,
Parents, Educators and Communities
of the World with Water Education
Over 50 additional countries around the world have expressed interest in partnering with Project WET.
Assist learners of all ages to develop…
That result in…
Present Facts ∙ Maintain Objectivity ∙ Provide Guidance
Make Informed Decisions
Museum, nature and
science center instructors
Local, state and
National park rangers
I. The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide
II. A Training Network
III. Support Services
The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide is the core educators guide.
It is supplemented by additional programs and publications developed by Project WET.
All Project WET states, provinces, and countries have access to other publications and Project WET programs.
Utah State University Water Quality Extension
Dept. of Aquatics, Watershed and Earth Resources
5210 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322-5210
is supported in part by: