Williams Soil and Water Conservation District office is hosting an all-day teacher workshop this July 15 on ‘Project Wet’ and ‘Healthy Water Healthy People’. ‘Project WET’ and ‘Healthy Water, Healthy People’ are two curriculums for Grades K-12 that teach about water resources through hands-on, investigative, easy-to-use activities that teachers can take into and outside their classrooms. These activities stretch across multiple curriculums like mathematics and history to create a fun interactive experience where teachers can work on skills like teamwork, discussion making, and problem solving together. The skills and knowledge help prepare students on the water resource challenges in today’s day and age.
The Tiffin River is something that we pass over and pay no heed to, but it does affect us every day. It passes through our county with mysteries waiting to be discovered. Join the Williams Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) as we explore the secrets that lie in the Tiffin River! The Williams SWCD is monitoring the Tiffin and is seeking volunteers to help unravel these mysteries.
If you or anyone you know are interested in participating in either program, please contact Loretta Hayek, Project Director and Educator, at the office at (419)636-2349 Ext. 109 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.