North Dakota Water Education Program encompasses Project WET curriculum materials and educational resources in conjunction with other water education resources as a means of enhancing public awareness, promoting action learning, and promoting knowledge through exploration and stewardship of North Dakota water resources.
Students receive water education through classroom programs, water festivals hosted across the state, or by participating in other educational programs such as environmental awareness events, camps, and community programs. The Explore Your Watershed program provides adult educational programs through credited institutes, workshops, seminars, in-service sessions for teachers, facilitator trainings, and university preservice programs.
Delivering Water Education
North Dakota Water Education Program relies heavily on a netowrk of facilitators and partnerships, who help promote and enable Project WET educational resources, materials and opportunities to be delivered statewide to teachers and youth. Facilitators and program partners are dedicated to providing programs that are non biased and age appropriate, and promote real problem solving skills and understanding of today's water issues.