Adopt-a-Beach for Your Classroom
This service learning program lets you teach outdoors at your local Great Lakes shoreline. Students learn about the environment while they investigate beach health, remove litter, and enter their findings into an online database.
Clean Boats, Clean Waters Story Hour
This lesson teaches the next generation of anglers and lake lovers how to keep Wisconsin’s waters clean and free of pesky invaders like the dreaded zebra mussel.
*Supports Clean Boats, Clean Waters
EARTHECO Water Challenge
EarthEcho’s programs utilize 21st century tools and interactive resources to empower and equip youth to identify and solve environmental challenges by taking action in their own communities.
Hands-on learning about streams within and outside of the classroom. This four week long curriculum contains six sections, including a field trip to collect data that will contribute to the Water Action Volunteers Program. Aligned with Science Standards.
The GLOBE Program enables you and your class to engage in a collaborative, scientific exploration of the world around you, collaborating with teachers and students from around the world.
St. Louis River Watch
The St. Louis River River Watch project is a youth-based water quality monitoring program for the St. Louis River and its tributaries in northeastern Minnesota. This project promotes and inspires stewardship of the largest U.S. tributary to Lake Superior and other nearby waterways.
The GLOBE Program (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment)
The GLOBE Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment.
The WAV Packet: Make WAVes for Action!
The WAV Packet is a program resource that includes eight action-oriented activities. Activities promote environmental stewardship and a positive learning experience while benefiting a community’s water resources. Activities are appropriate for different age groups.
*Supports WAV Stream Monitoring Program
The WQI (Water Quality Index) Project
The WQI (Water Quality Index) Project is an experiential investigation of your water quality and watershed. It guides learners as they explore water in their community, consider water challenges around the world, and share their findings with others around the country.