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Project Water Education for Teachers (Wet)

The original Project WET program was established in 1984 by the North Dakota State Water Commission. Presently located on the campus of Montana State University, the program expanded from a regional to a national program in 1995. In Kansas, Project WET is sponsored by the Kansas Water Office/Kansas Water Authority and primary funded through the State Water Plan Fund. The goal of Project WET is to promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids.

Materials

The educational activities presented in Project WET’S Activity Guide touch upon many water related topics, including atmosphere, surface, and ground water; the physical properties of water, the utilization and conservation of water resources, and the importance of watersheds and wetlands.

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