Project WET Workshop: Wilkes SWCD
Project WET is an interdisciplinary water science and education program for formal and non-formal educators of K-12 students. They keystone of the Project WET program is the Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide. The hands-on, supplemental activities are meaningful and relevant to children and are correlated to the 2013 North Carolina Essential Standards for Science, Social Studies and Health Education for Grades K-8 and for High School Earth/Environmental Science and Biology.

The Project WET Guide is only available through a 6-hour Project WET workshop, with optional 4-hour homework credit. WET is a Criteria I workshop for the NC Environmental Education Certification and consists of 6 contact hours that may count towards CEUs for teachers.

Participants should dress in weather appropriate/comfortable clothes and shoes suitable for physical activity that can get wet and dirty.

Please pack a lunch and water bottle.

The cost of the Project WET Workshop is $25. This fee includes a copy of the curriculum guide. Workshop is free to those that bring a 2.0 Guide with them.

To register, please email Julia Hardy at jhardy.wilkes@gmail.com or call 336-838-3622 ext. 112.

Admission: $25.00
Event Phone: 336-838-3622 ext. 112

Location:
Edwin H. McGee Natural Resource Center (Wilkes Soil & Water Conservation District)
928 Fairplains Rd.
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659
North Wilkesboro, NC United States 28659


Presented by:
Wilkes Soil & Water Conservation District
416 Executive Dr., Ste. A
Wilkesboro, NC United States 28697
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