EPA. Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds.
Offers training modules, seminars, courses, and documents associated with watershed approaches. For K-12 resources, see Educational Resources for Students and Youth.
Water Science for Schools
DOI. USGS. Water Resources of Georgia.
Offers "information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge."
BLM Learning Landscapes
DOI. Bureau of Land Management.
Presents learning opportunities associated with the 258 million acres of public lands that BLM manages for all Americans. Contains information for students, teachers, and adult learners to use both in the classroom and informally.
EPA Student Center
EPA. Region 5.
Find information about environmental issues, fun activities, news and fact sheets, and resources covering internships, grants, scholarships, and funds for students studying environmental education.
USGS and Science Education
DOI. United States Geological Survey.
Find project ideas, homework help, lesson plans, and a variety of research tools on topics such as water, natural resources and ecosystems.
Agriculture Learning Center: Teachers
EPA. National Agriculture Center.
For teachers and other educators, offers lesson plans, grant information and curriculum and other educational content on agriculture and the environment.
Bell Museum of Natural History.
A tutorial on watershed impacts with modules for national parks, agriculture, cities, and neighborhoods.
Give Water a Hand
University of Wisconsin. Environmental Resources Center.
Join young people from around the country who are learning about water in their communities and what they -- and you -- can do to Give Water A Hand.
Tidbits for Teachers and Students
USDA. Natural Resource Conservation Service.
Provides instructional resources for students and teachers on conservation and environmental aspects of agriculture.
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration; National Science Foundation.
GLOBE is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment.
National Marine Sanctuaries Education
DOC. NOAA. National Marine Sanctuaries.
Provides programs, activities and resources for students and teachers to "increase cultural understanding through ocean science" and to "encourage children to explore their natural surroundings to form a sense of personal connection to the ocean and/or watersheds in which they live."
Educating Young People About Water
University of Wisconsin. Environmental Resources Center.
Find guides and a water curricula database providing assistance for developing a community-based, youth water education program. These resources target youth and link educators to key community members to build partnerships to meet common water education goals.
TEACH Great Lakes
Great Lakes Information Network.
"Features mini-lessons on many Great Lakes topics: environment, history & culture, geography, pollution and careers & business." Geared towards K-12.
Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum Support (MEECS)
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
"Contains five Michigan-specific units which provide an opportunity for students in grades 4-9 to learn about Michigan's economy and environment through inquiry oriented, data-based lessons in Science and Social Studies."
CIESE K-12 Education Curriculum
Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education.
Find "projects that utilize real time data available from the Internet, and collaborative projects that utilize the Internet's potential to reach peers and experts around the world."
Office of Environmental Education
Environmental Protection Agency.
Advances and supports "education efforts that develop an environmentally conscious and responsible public and inspire personal responsibility in caring for the environment."
Sharing Environmental Education Knowledge (SEEK)
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance.
Minnesota's interactive directory of environmental education resources.
Foundation for Environmental Education
Foundation for Environmental Education.
Promotes and provides sustainable-development and environmental education through international programs, primarily in Europe.
Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR)
Universities Council on Water Resources.
"UCOWR's main objectives include to: Facilitate water-related education at all levels; promote meaningful research and technology transfer on contemporary and emerging water resources issues; compile and disseminate information on water problems and solutions; inform the public about water issues with the objective of promoting informed decisions at all levels of society."
Instructional Media on Environmental Aspects of Agriculture
USDA. NAL. Water Quality Information Center.
Farm*A*Syst and Home*A*Syst
USDA. National Institute of Food and Agriculture; Natural Resources Conservation Service. Environmental Protection Agency.
Provides information on pollution prevention for farms and homes. Resources include newsletters and training programs on topics such as protecting drinking water wells, petroleum storage, and farm-related legal issues.
Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO)
University of Connecticut. Cooperative Extension System.
Find innovative techniques useful in teaching local officials about the sources and impacts of nonpoint source pollution, how different land uses affect water quality, and what towns can do to protect water quality.
Water Rocks !
Iowa State University and others.
"Water Rocks! is a statewide youth water education campaign that fosters the interplay of knowledge, caring and engagement among Iowa’s youth that can lead to long-term multigenerational transformation of all Iowans. Through a combination of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and the arts, Water Rocks! challenges and inspires all Iowans towards a greater appreciation of our water resources."
Iowa State University.
"The Conservation Pack and Water Rocks! are outreach programs based at Iowa State University, as a part of Extension and Outreach. With our Conservation Station trailers and classroom visits, we strive to bring kids (and adults) together to get them excited about science, the wonders of the environment around us, and conserving our natural resources by working as a team or pack."