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Educate. Empower. Act. The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet — water.
Numerous government agencies have worked with Project WET to:
Project WET is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Its mission is supported by agencies, organizations and individuals worldwide.
Whether it’s sponsoring a workshop, developing a publication, supporting education in a specific geographic area or contributing to the global work of Project WET, the Project WET Foundation offers government agencies numerous opportunities to reach their constituencies with water education.
To become a Project WET sponsor, contact Dennis Nelson.
Project WET has worked with diverse agencies to produce Educator Guides and KIDs (Kids in Discovery series) activity booklets. For example, Discover a Watershed: The Missouri was published through a partnership between the Missouri River Basin Interagency Roundtable (MRBIR) and Project WET.
KIDs books have been sponsored by diverse agencies, including:
See the complete list of publication sponsors.
Project WET also has worked with state agencies (i.e., New Mexico Office of the State Engineer, Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks) and cities (e.g., City of Santa Fe, City of Rio Rancho).
Project WET has been publishing for 25 years and developed a unique writing and review process. All publications are guided by a leadership team, comprised of agency members, educators and others.
If you are interested in discussing development of a publication, contact Sandra DeYonge.
Project WET publications are generally coupled with training.
Training agendas are shared among the network of Project WET coordinators, tested and perfected. Project WET also offers training on water resource topics for government agencies or target audiences.
Many Project WET host institutions are government agencies. These agencies conduct training workshops and further the mission of Project WET in their city, region, state or country.
Government agencies worldwide have partnered with Project WET to expand the reach and impact of water education.
Partner with Project WET and ensure that educators, students, business professionals, political leaders and others can meet the water challenges of the 21st century, because tomorrow is already here.
To partner with Project WET, contact Dennis Nelson.