Advanced Watershed Educator Workshops for Non-Formal Educators
Stakeholders across Pennsylvania are working to support students to graduate with the knowledge and skills to protect and restore their local watershed through the participation in Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEE). MWEEs are learner-centered experiences that focus on investigations into local environmental issues that lead to informed action and civic engagement.

These workshops are designed to provide a deep understanding of the MWEE as a vehicle for advancing environmental literacy and stewardship while increasing standards-based student achievement.

See all event details at QUESTIONS? Contact Steve Kerlin at or call 610-268-2153, ext. 297.

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Workshops are available in each region of the state! Please choose a location and indicate whether you will attend the MWEE workshop only (day 1) or both the workshop and the water education skills training.

Sinnemahoning State Park in Austin, PA, October 23 and 24, 2018
Dauphin County Agriculture & Natural Resources Center in Dauphin, PA, February 12 and 13, 2019
Jennings Environmental Education Center, Slippery Rock, PA, March 27 and 28, 2019
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