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United States Geological Survey

51cda5455b1328d098802f5237105f255182a102_originalThe "Water Science for Schools" website has all kinds of information for students on water basis, water use, the water cycle, and more!

Water Environment Federation

c358d2bce079fb5c01a6a71f4ff0f838f55c0eb1_originalThe "Aqua Venturer Time Machine" is an interactive global timeline of water and wastewater past, present, and future. Learn the story of water, its treatment and use throughout history, and its importance to life on Earth.

Environmental Protection Agency

04ef97d1ea68dbe9b6bb75b63e5f07fde1dd3d03_originalTry EPA's new interactive online quiz! Move the water-efficiency hero Flow through water pipes and answer water-efficiency questions while avoiding water-wasting monsters such as Sogosaurus and Drainiac. Test your knowledge of water-using behaviors and common water-saving opportunities by using information you've learned on the WaterSense website.

Department of Water Resources

b03142aff41eeeaab0678223491093a9ab153346_originalTo help you develop classroom curriculum, the Department of Water Resources offers water education materials at no charge.

Project “WET”

75d909d8f72732d8b0123bfc5b24e50340aab8ad_originalProject WET (Water Education for Teachers) coordinators conduct training sessions for local teachers. Click Here for more information on these workshops.

Teacher's Page

"Where does my water come from?"

5e853f237613ec6bfc2c200d12707d3c0cfc971e_originalThis web page will help Californians identify their source(s) of drinking water, how drinking water is treated, and how to help prevent pollution of our groundwater and surface water supplies.

Bay Area Water Supply & Conservation Agency (BAWSCA)

3fbab1e5828cfb94285f6fc19bdf069462ccdf32_originalThe Hetch Hetchy Water System- an overview of the Hetch Hetchy Water System, Redwood City's water supply.

CREEC Network

6c329613d0efe55e2e0e49995366612f015af67a_originalThe California Regional Environmental Education Community (CREEC) Network is a great source for Teacher Resources in California.