Youth Water Education
Rain to Drain - Slow the Flow is a hands-on stormwater education curriculum available from Penn State Extension and Pennsylvania 4-H. This experiment style series of activities leads youth and adults to a better understanding of the movement of stormwater in natural and developed communities. It's also a great introduction to green infrastructure and stormwater best management practices.
Video presentations about water and the environmental impacts of shale gas drilling and production in the Mid-Atlantic region. These videos were designed for use by educators in both formal and informal educational settings. Although geared towards youth, the presentations are appropriate for adults in the general public who may want to learn more about this topic as well.
Help youth to better understand why drinking water is important to them, where it comes from, and how we make sure it's safe to drink with this engaging fact sheet. Written for youth in grades 6-12, the fact sheet covers important points about public and private water systems and includes an activity on how to read a water quality test report.
Penn State Extension hosts a monthly webinar series on topics related to water issues for homeowners, gardeners, water professionals, youth educators, and more.