Project WET: Water Education Today is dedicated to solving critical environmental challenges by teaching the world about water. We do this by providing hands-on, science-based water education resources to formal and non-formal educators around the world. These resources encourage responsible environmental stewardship and promote meaningful action to address environmental challenges, climate change, social justice, and sustainability.
We believe that hands-on education, interactive, and critical thinking focus curriculum on water and science can get students outdoors and build lasting stewardship for the precious resources. Our conceptual framework of Water Literacy Principles is the foundational element of our water education curriculum and serves as the basis for creating a water-literate society.
Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0
Project WET's award-winning Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 is filled with interdisciplinary activities about watersheds and water quality along with science concept activities. This guide is recommended by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).
Training at a Project WET workshop includes the Activity Guide and web portal membership.
Sign up for a workshop to receive your training and a copy of the Project WET Curriculum Activity Guide!
Missouri State University is located in Springfield, Missouri in the United States. It was founded in 1906 and is now the state’s second largest university with about 26,000 students attending.
College of Natural and Appiled Sciences at MSU hosts Missouri Project WET and housed the State Coordinator.