Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Georgia Project WET

Website

projectwet.georgia.gov

Partner since: 1997

 

About:

Georgia’s Project WET program is part of a dynamic watershed outreach unit that also includes:

  • Adopt-A-Stream (volunteer water quality monitoring program)
  • Rivers Alive (waterway cleanup events)
  • Georgia River of Words (the K-12 environmental art and poetry project)

Georgia facilitators are active throughout the state and have helped train thousands of Georgia educators in the use of Project WET. Those educators in turn have used it with tens of thousands of students since 1997. 

Georgia Project WET is supported by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and is housed in the Environmental Protection Division’s Watershed Protection Branch in downtown Atlanta. 

Visit Georgia Project WET on Facebook or on the Georgia Project WET website.

State-specific Standards:

Georgia Content Standards Correlations to Project WET Activities (searchable database for GPS, CCGPS, NGSS standards)

Upcoming Events:

Georgia Project WET Calendar

News:

Georgia Dragonfly Gazette

Related Stories:

Meet Georgia Project WET and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

 

Contact Information

Environmental Protection Division
2 MLK Jr. Dr.
Suite 1462 E
Atlanta, GA 30334
United States

 

Jo Adang

Jo Adang

(404) 651-8515
(404) 651-8556
Monica Kilpatrick

Monica Kilpatrick

(404) 651-8521
(404) 651-8556

 

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