Oklahomans For Responsible Water Policy

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WaterEd helps quench thirst for knowledge

The water education program started in early 2014, WaterEd, is seeing growth as it enters its second year. The program is a free service of Oklahomans for Responsible Water Policy (ORWP). WaterEd has 9 participating schools and has reached over 680 kids in the classroom. Approximately 1,000 more students have participated in the program at fairs and festivals.
The WaterEd curriculum is currently offered for grades 3 thru 6. Lessons are tailored to each grade level and materials are specific to the watershed in which the school resides. WaterEd lessons allow students to learn about their watershed and how water conservation benefits their community. Each student receives for take-home a full-color poster of the water cycle and a full-color map of their watershed.
To learn more about WaterEd or to schedule a visit contact the program coordinator, Russell Doughty, at 918-699-9215 or russ@orwp.org. Please visit us on the web at www.h2oed.org. WaterEd is always looking for new partnerships and outreach opportunities, so please contact us with ideas or suggestions.

Updated: March 7, 2015 — 1:47 pm
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