Watershed Decisions Activity Kit

A hands-on, inquiry based activity kit that helps older youth and adults learn about water quality issues in small watersheds and the decision making processes that go into improving those water quality issues.
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As "new members" of a community organization interested in improving local water quality, Watershed Decisions participants role-play while examining simulated water samples, exploring the land users in their community, and then creating a plan for improving their watershed on a limited budget. There is no one solution to this activity and the results are dependent upon the creativity, opinions, and ideas of the participants. Designed for use with 2 or more small groups of 4-10 people each.

Recipient of Excellence Awards from the National Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals (ANREP) and the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA). Newly updated and re-released in 2019.

Who is this for?

Perfect for your classroom, environmental educational program, youth group, municipality, watershed association, or any other group interested in exploring this important topic. Geared towards adults and older youth (aged 12-18) with a basic understanding of watersheds. National and Pennsylvania academic standards alignment available.


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