Water Conservation and STEM: Turning Students into Water Stewards

Water is critical for socio-economic development, energy and food production, healthy ecosystems and building climate change resilience. In this webinar we take a look at the importance of water conservation education and examine how incorporating water-related STEM projects into conservation programs can create viable solutions and help educate the next generation of environmental stewards.  The discussion will highlight several outdoor education models with Project WET and explore how to engage participants in outdoor education when in-person interactions are limited.
You’ll learn: 
  • The various formats of water conservation education
  • About the water conservation education resources that Project WET has curated
  • How to adapt in-person learning to virtual engagement
Who should join the webinar: 
  • Anyone looking to engage in collaborative STEM education projects such as company team members, educators, non-profits, academia
  • Julia Beck, VP of Networks, Project WET Foundation
  • Doreen Davis, Conservation Specialist, WHC
  • Candace Stenzel, Conservation Specialist, WHC

This webinar is the first in a three-part series of webinars focused on water conservation. Registration for the second, Water Resources Management: Policies, Issues and Voluntary Solutions, is now open. And save the date for the final webinar in the series, Watershed Conservation: Building Partnerships and Securing Funding for Your Projects on December 3.

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