Project WET Educator Workshop

Monday, June 12th 8am-5pm

Spend a day at Shadowcliff learning how to integrate watershed topics into your existing curriculum with best practices and innovative methods for inspiring learners to understand water and rivers. Workshop will include interactive engaging activities that will get you moving indoors and out. All participants will receive a Project WET 2.0 Curriculum Guide and the new Getting Little Feet WET early childhood curriculum guide. 


This workshop is tailored for Pre-K – 8th grade educators, and all other interested educators and interpreters are welcome. Continuing education credit certificates included for educators; graduate credit available from Colorado School of Mines for additional fee. Dress for being inside and out. Bring a reusable water bottle, sun hat, rain coat, notebook, and laptop or tablet.

Lodging available at Shadowcliff for for workshop attendees.  Shadowcliff is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with excellent rates for participants.  Call them directly to reserve lodging 970.627.9220 and


$20 Grand County Residents; $50 Out of County

  • Coffee, lunch and snacks included.
  • Graduate Credit available from Colorado School of Mines

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