Project WET

Project Wet Logo “Project WET’s mission is to reach children, parents, teachers, and community members of the world with water education that promotes awareness of water and empowers community action to solve complex water issues.”

Project WET is Water Education for Teachers!

Established in 1990, Project WET is an interdisciplinary water education program, which targets formal and non-formal educators and young people in grades K-12.

How do you get WET?

Attend a workshop! After completion of a six hour training, educators are given a free Project WET curriculum and activity guide packed with 91 hands-on activities that cross many disciplines in the study of water and water resources - chemistry and physics, life science, earth systems, natural resource management, history and culture. During the workshop, educators learn how to incorporate local issues into the lessons.


Curriculum Alignments


Field Opportunities

Water Drop artwork for Project WET National Website

National Website


Online Teacher’s Portal


Healthy Water Healthy People

The goal of Healthy Water, Healthy People is to make complex concepts of water quality relevant and meaningful for you and those you teach.

The Healthy Water, Healthy People Educator’s Guide, geared at Grades 6-12, contains twenty-five hands-on activities that are ideal for teaching complete water quality units as well as a supplement to existing curriculum.

Collage of book about wetlands.

To get more information on upcoming workshops, or to schedule a workshop for your organization,


Stephanie Tuckfield
Environmental Literacy Specialist
Department of Natural Resources
580 Taylor Ave., E-2
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
410-260-8775 (office)

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