- DWR and Project WET offering workshops for Teachers to Learn About Climate Change
- Humboldt County’s Copper Bluff Mine Proposed for Superfund Program’s National Priorities List
- Metropolitan to Supply Water to Sycuan Tribe’s Unannexed Area of San Diego Reservation
- Reclamation schedules public input meetings on proposed new fee program at Lake Berryessa
- Public Water Bottle Filling Station Grant Funding available in West Basin Municipal Water District
Agency offering free educational opportunities for schools, teachers and students
Now that classes are back in session across the state, the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) is offering schools, teachers and students an array of water-themed resources, including several that are free.
“Students who learn where our water comes from and how to make the most of every drop become advocates for a safe and reliable water supply,” said Mark Muir, chair of the Water Authority’s Board of Directors. “Plus, kids and teachers have a lot of fun while they learn with our creative and interactive programs.”
- Free school-wide assembly programs that help elementary students understand the water cycle, how tap water gets to homes, water conservation, aquifers and watersheds, and related topics
- School visits from the Splash Science Mobile Lab, which allows students to investigate how water pollution affects the environment and the importance of using water efficiently through hands-on activities
- Free posters for elementary classrooms illustrating the water cycle and California’s major water distribution systems
- A 13-minute history of water in the region, accompanied by a digital flipbook
- A major water-themed exhibit at the Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park
The Water Authority’s school education programs are part of the agency’s broader commitment to promote ongoing water-use efficiency no matter the weather.
Details, including directions for participation, are at www.sdcwa.org/education.