Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is an international, interdisciplinary, water science and education program for formal and non-formal educators of K-12 students.
Minnesota Project WET trains classroom and other educators in hands-on, interactive lessons that are focused on water and encourage critical thinking. By providing training, materials, and support to these educators and water festivals for students, MN Project WET works to improve Minnesotans' understanding of our water resources.
Water Ways is a 150 page book with content on water science basics, Minnesota’s rivers, lakes, groundwater, wetlands, life in water, human use of water, challenges to water resources, and water policy. Each chapter includes suggested Project WET Activities, career profiles, classroom activities, field-trip suggestions and resources.
Janine Kohn, Minnesota Project WET Coordinator, 651-259-5905
Minnesota Project WET is the state affiliate of Project WET national site.