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  1. Project WET Exit EPA. Click for disclaimer.

    Project WET, Water Education for Teachers is a national curriculum, where training is coordinated at the state level. It is a set of interdisciplinary activities based on water quality and water ecosystems. Each lesson includes learning objectives, background information, and a list of suggested extension activities. Available only through a six- hour teacher workshop.

    Project WET
    Dennis Nelson
    201 Culbertson Hall
    Montana State University
    Bozeman, Montana 59717-0057
    (406) 994-5392

  2. Project WILD Exit EPA. Click for disclaimer.

    Project WILD K-12 Activity Guide is a national curriculum, where training is coordinated at the state level. It is a collection of hands-on, interdisciplinary activities focusing on wildlife and habitat. A second guide, The Project WILD Aquatic Guide, focuses on aquatic wildlife and aquatic ecosystems. Each lesson includes learning objectives, methods, procedures, background information, and a list of suggested extension activities. Used indoors and outdoors, these guides are invaluable tools for teachers, naturalists, park, zoo and museum educators. These two basic guides are available only through teacher workshops.

    Project WILD National Office
    Council for Environmental Education 
    5555 Morningside Drive, Suite 212 
    Houston, TX  77005 
    (713) 520-1936 
    FAX (713) 520-8008 
    e-mail: info@projectwild.org

  3. Project Learning Tree Exit EPA. Click for disclaimer.

    Project Learning Tree is a national curriculum where training is coordinated at the state level. It explores the use of forest resources in an easy-to-use interdisciplinary activity manual. Each activity includes learning objectives, background information, and a list of additional suggested activities. Included is an excellent bibliography, cross reference guide, and thematic modules for older students. Available only by attending a teacher workshop.

    Kathy McGlauflin
    Project Learning Tree
    1111 19th Street, NW, Suite 780
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 463-2462

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