Ohio EPA

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Partner since: 2015



The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Education (OEE) was established over twenty years ago with the main responsibility of the office to educate the citizens of Ohio about the air, land and water of the state. The office also administers the Ohio Environmental Education Fund (OEEF), providing grant funding to K-University, General Public and the Regulated Community audiences.  OEE started facilitation of Project WET – Ohio in January 2015. OEE previously handled state-wide facilitation of Healthy Water, Healthy People since 2007. OEE encourages Ohio schools and organizations to take advantage of the grant funding incorporating Project WET materials into a larger water education program. Doing this eliminates the costs of books and needed workshop supplies.   

State-specific Standards:

Ohio Department of Education New Learning Standards for Science

Five 2.0 Project WET Guide Activities aligned to the New Learning Standards for Science

Five Healthy Water, Healthy People Guide Activities aligned to the New Learning Standards for Science

Upcoming Events

Ohio EPA website with workshop listing

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Ohio EPA does not have a newsletter but provides periodic e-mail updates to facilitators and those interested in Project WET/HWHP.

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 1049 | Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049


Contact Information

Office of Environmental Education
(shipping address)
50 West Town Street
Columbus, OH 43215
United States



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