Georgia Project WET
Georgia Project WET
Water Education for Teachers

All About Project WET

Project WET is Water Education for K-12 Teachers!  The goal is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids and through the establishment of state and internationally sponsored Project WET programs.  Our Mission is to bring WATER EDUCATION to the world!

  It's a Program--

designed for formal and non-formal educators of K-12 students grounded in well-defined beliefs that are reflected in the curriculum and training techniques


  a Curriculum--

of activities developed, field-tested, and reviewed by over 600 educators and resource managers working with 34,000 students nationwide and correlated to the current   Georgia Standards Correlations 


  And an Instruction and Delivery Network--

offering Educator Workshops that include training, the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, and additional water education resources for certification to teach students

and Facilitator Workshops that train interested individuals to hold Educator Workshops providing a link from the Project WET organization to the classroom.

VISIT  Project for more details on National and International Project WET.



What is Georgia Project WET? 
Each state has coordinators that provide local training and administration for the program.  In Georgia we provide training for formal and non-formal educators and facilitators through water education workshops, promote water education throughout the state, and provide materials and support to all those who participate.  Workshop participants receive hands-on training and the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide which features more than 65 activities developed, field-tested, and reviewed by over 600 educators nation-wide.

Educators: learn more

Georgia Educators, Administrators, Curriculum Directors:    

Georgia Standards Correlations


We are Outreach Education Coordinators from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources/ Environmental Protection Division/Watershed Protection Branch.  

Phone:   404-651-8515  or  404-651-8521       

Email:   Monica Kilpatrick  |  Jo Adang

The Project WET program is sponsored in Georgia by the Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Watershed Protection Branch through a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under provisions of Section 319 (h) of the Federal Clean Water Act of 1987, as amended.

Georgia Project WET is proud to be fiscal partners with the Environmental Education Alliance of GA.
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Victoria Faith Baker 
River of Words 2003