Climate Change & California Water Workshop
The California Department of Water Resources, Blue Lake Rancheria & Tribal Education Agency and California Project WET invite north coast educators to register for a special workshop on climate change and its impact on California’s water resources.
You’ll learn how climate change is impacting California water resources in the North Coast region, what is being done to safeguard California water supplies and engage in Project WET activities to help integrate the study of climate science, concepts and skills into your curriculum or education program while supporting Common Core and NGSS standards.
Participants will receive a wealth of current climate science information, an opportunity to interact with DWR Climate research and Tribal Education staff, a copy of Project WET Guide 2.0, breakfast and lunch, an opportunity to receive 0.8 CEU credit - plus a $100 stipend following completion of the workshop!
Registration is limited, but FREE thanks to the Blue Lake tribe. Please honor their support by only registering if you are committed to attending. Please click here to reserve your spot, or contact projectwet [at] watereducation.org (Brian Brown)style="color:blue; text-decoration:underline", California Project WET Coordinator if you have questions.