Let's Get WET!

Strnisa, Dee
December 2002
New York State Conservationist;Dec2002, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p11
Features the Project Water Education for Teachers (WET), an interdisciplinary program for educators of K-12 students in New York. Background on the establishment of Project WET; Efficacy of the hands-on activities of the project as a tool used in teaching; Details on the conservation advocacy efforts of the program. INSETS: Make a Splash 2002;You can get WET, too....


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