Project WET

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Project WET is an interdisciplinary water education program that provides K-12 teachers and other educators with hands-on classroom activities through training workshops.

The activities incorporate important environmental lessons into all disciplines including the sciences, mathematics, fine arts, social studies, language arts, and music. They are perfect for use in formal and nonformal settings.


Mission Statement

Project WET is founded in the belief that informed people are more likely to participate in the decision making process and to make a difference through their actions. The Department of Environmental Protection invites educators, resource managers, community leaders, and concerned citizens to join Project WET in educating young people about one of the most precious resources on the planet - water.

Learn more about the Project WET Program:

  Project WET offers workshops based on the following educational guides:

West Virginia Project WET workshops are free.

Project WET staff will work with formal and nonformal educators in public and private schools and universities, preschool or day care workers, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and 4-H leaders, cities, local resource organizations, or individuals to plan and conduct a workshop when and where is most convenient for you.
 

Contact Information:

Kimberly Maxwell,
Project WET Program Coordinator
254 Industrial Dr, Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304) 465-1911 ext 3191 
kimberly.a.maxwell@wv.gov

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