BOZEMAN WATER CONSERVATION AND
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

Presented in partnership with the City of Bozeman Water Conservation and Stormwater Divisions

bozeman water conservation guide

The Project WET Foundation and the City of Bozeman have teamed up to develop and implement a Bozeman-based water education curriculum free of charge to local teachers. The Water Conservation and Storm Water Management Educator Guide contains five lessons offering some of the basics of water literacy—using local waterways and landmarks—while also delving into more advanced topics. All of the activities incorporate Project WET’s interactive and fun education methods to maximize student learning. The curriculum is designed for Bozeman-area fifth and sixth grade teachers, with the goal of embedding it into the core curriculum for fifth grade.

The Water Conservation and Storm Water Management Educator Guide has helped students demonstrate a significantly better understanding of watersheds, stormwater, water conservation, and how individual actions can impact water.

This webpage contains resources for teachers using the curriculum including the Water Conservation and Storm Water Management Educator Guide, downloadable student copy pages from the guide to print and hand out, links to resources teachers can use in the classroom (e.g., maps), and suggestions for additional Project WET resources to accompany the curriculum.

Please contact Project WET at wetusa [at] projectwet.org for questions or training on this program.

Download the Educator Guide

PROJECT WET STUDENT ACTIVITY BOOKLETS

Student Copy Pages

 

Additional Project WET Resources

Maps and Websites

  • Seeing Bozeman’s Watersheds
    • Watershed Map: A map of the three rivers (Madison, Gallatin and Jefferson) that make up the Bozeman area watershed and their confluence in Three Forks.
  • A Year in the Gallatin River Watershed
    • USGS Waterflow Data: A USGS website that allows the user to search for waterflow data by location. Enter search term “Gallatin County” to find the gauging stations in the area. Then access the data and find waterflow data for current year or past years but filtering by date. 
  • Storm Water Hike
    • Bozeman Schools Map
    • Interactive Stormwater Map: Start by selecting Street Names, Stormwater, and Additional Layers from the list on the left. Then experiment by turning layers on and off to focus on specific features. You can also type in your school’s address to zoom in. Let students explore with this tool!
  • Adding Up Storm Water Pollution
    • Bozeman Parks/Landmarks Map
    • Interactive Stormwater Map: Start by selecting Street Names, Stormwater, and Additional Layers from the list on the left. Then experiment by turning layers on and off to focus on specific features. You can also type in your school’s address to zoom in. Let students explore with this tool!
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