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    Workshop participants make decisions about land use and its impact on water as part of a Project WET activity.
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    Project WET Workshop Facilitators conduct workshops throughout Missouri.
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    Project WET activities teach students how to think, but not what to think.
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    "Water Quality? Ask the Bugs!" simulates a stream environment.

Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide

Project WET's award-winning Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 is loaded with interdisciplinary activities about watersheds and water quality along with science concept activities. This guide is recommended by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). Training at a Project WET workshop includes the Activity Guide and web portal membership.

Upcoming Events

May 30: Project WILD & Project Learning Tree workshop at Rich Hill Elementary Cafeteria from 8:30am-5pm. Contact Erica Cox at EricaCox@missouristate.edu

June 3: Project WET & WILD at the Watershed Center from 8:30am-5pm. Contact Rob Hunt at rob@watershedcommittee.org

June 4: Project WET workshop at Brookfield High School conference room from 9am-4pm. Contact Mary Culler at mary.culler@dnr.mo.gov. Registration ends on May 30th

June 24 - June 27: Sustaining the Blue Planet Conference 2014
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