This summer, the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) will host a free workshop for educators who are interested in incorporating water education into their curriculum. This workshop is part of WVDEP’s Project WET Program that provides educators water science and education training. The program addresses atmospheric water, surface water, groundwater, cultural and historic uses of water, and contemporary management issues such as stormwater and nonpoint source pollution issues.
All workshop attendees will receive the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, an online portal code, and a certificate of completion. After this workshop attendees will be familiar with the Project WET materials and be able to utilize the activities within their own program and teaching.
Learn more about WVDEP’s Project WET Program here.