Posted on | October 5, 2009 | 2 Comments
Elsewhere for educators:
*For Aquafornia’s photo tour of the State Water Project, click here.
*For Aquafornia photos of Owens Valley, Imperial Valley, the Salton Sea, Mono Lake and more, so much more, click here.
*For budding oceanographers and simply kids who love water, Aquarium of the Pacific Education Programs
*Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Water Education Programs for Teachers
*To find programs from your local water company, also go to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, click on the Member Agency Guide (here), then click again on your local water authority.
*For agencies with education programs, try Chance of Rain’s own listings: Water Resources for California
*Project WET, sponsored by the Water Education Foundation, is an interdisciplinary K-12 program for formal and non-formal teachers studying all aspects of water, is correlated to California content standards and the California Environmental Education Initiative learning objectives.
*For help teaching about hydropower, click on this link to the US Bureau of Reclamation
*Also, try the American River Water Education Center, Folsom, California, US Bureau of Reclamation
Listing in progress. All suggestions welcome.