From our headquarters in Montana, we develop and deliver the world's best water education resources, organize special water events, manage a worldwide network of local implementing partners and advocate for the role of water education in solving the world's most pressing water issues. 

Project WET Foundation staff on a winter outing to the East Gallatin River, about 15 minutes from the headquarters office

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FIND A PROJECT WET PARTNER NEAR YOU

Project WET USA Network

In all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, organizations recognized as water education leaders partner with the Project WET Foundation. From state natural resource agencies and conservation districts to local water utilities and nonprofits, Project WET USA Partners host training workshops and special events in their areas. Project WET Coordinators in each partnering organization also serve as experts in the development of new water education resources. 

Learn more about our USA programs

Project WET Global Network

Stretching across five continents, the Project WET International Network includes education and environment ministries, NGOs, corporations and international organizations. Project WET International Partners spearhead adaptations of Project WET materials, deliver trainings to educators and experts and promote water education in their country and/or locality.

Learn more about our international resources and global programs

OUR CORE BELIEFS

Our publications, training workshops, global network and community events are grounded in the following core beliefs:

Water connects us all

Water moves through living and nonliving systems and binds them together in a complex web of life.

Water is for all
water users

Water of sufficient quality and quantity is vital for all water users (energy producers, farmers and ranchers, fish and wildlife, manufacturers, recreationists, rural and urban dwellers).

Water must be
managed sustainably

Water resources management and education are crucial for providing tomorrow’s children with social and economic stability in a healthy and sustainable environment.

Water depends on
personal responsibility
and action

Awareness of and respect for water resources can encourage a personal, lifelong commitment of responsibility and positive community participation.

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