Water Education for Teachers

Project WET

Project WET (Water Education Today) is an international, award-winning nonprofit that publishes activities and provides training workshops for K-12 educators. The program promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of water resources through its classroom-ready teaching aids. The Water Education Foundation is the coordinator for Project WET in California. Contra Costa Water District partners with the Water Education Foundation to organize and facilitate annual training workshops for teachers.

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Project WET Workshop

Water Education Training

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Every year, we partner with the Water Education Foundation to offer a one-day teacher training. All needed materials (including a copy of the Project WET Guide 2.0), takeaways, CEs, and more are FREE! Learn where your drinking water comes from while learning to incorporate all things water into the classroom!

Workshop Details and Registration

  • Join us in Concord on Saturday, January 20, 2024, for a day of FREE water education training and a behind-the-scenes tour of the Bollman Water Treatment Plant. You'll receive:
    • A $50 stipend
    • Continuing education credits
    • A free Project WET guide with dozens of engaging water-centric lessons
  • Questions? Contact Education Coordinator Justin Fivella at 925-588-1909 or email water education.