Project WET

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Project WET is an award winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education curriculum program geared for non-formal and K-12 educators.

Project WET Activity Guide

The Project WET Activity Guide offers curriculum that facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of water resources through hands-on, investigative, easy-to-use activities for Kindergarten through high school classrooms.

Participate in a Project WET Workshop! 

Workshops highlight hands-on activities from the Project WET Activity Guide geared towards K-12 educators. A range of activities which link to the Utah State Core Curriculum for Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading, Art, and Music will be demonstrated. Participants will also receive information and resources pertaining to Utah’s local environments.

All workshops are eligible for USOE Credit!

USEE’s Professional Development Workshops train educators:

  • In environmental education
  • How best to use the provided curriculum materials
  • How to enhance (NOT reinvent) their current curriculum
  • How to integrate multiple subjects for a single activity
  • How to engage with and draw upon their community in learning about and taking action to address local environmental issues

Thanks to our great supporters of Project WET, The Living Planet Aquarium  is able to offer their expertise and resources at specified workshops. Check our upcoming workshops to see which workshops are being facilitated by The Living Planet Aquairum.

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What is USEE?

The Utah Society for Environmental Education (USEE), a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, has been a statewide leader in promoting high quality environmental education in Utah since 1981. USEE encourages environmental literacy by teaching Utahans how to think, not what to think, about the environment.

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