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Discover Free Middle School Watershed Education Lessons from the WATERS Curriculum

600 316 Stroud Water Research Center

From filling reusable water bottles to taking showers, students use water all the time. But do they know where their water comes from?

The Watershed Awareness Using Technology and Environmental Research for Sustainability (WATERS) curriculum by the Stroud Center (NSF #1849719), Concord Consortium, and Millersville University helps middle school students explore the health of their local watershed, investigate the impact of humans on their watershed, and learn about water-related careers. 

💧  This short Model My Watershed® lesson uses a map-based online watershed-modeling tool to guide students through a discovery of their local watersheds and inspire inquiry in place-based watershed issues! 

💧 These five free lessons, each with STEM career connections, can be led virtually or in person on topics like watershed discovery, aquatic macroinvertebrates, water chemistry, drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, runoff, and STEM careers!

Join Concord’s Learn Portal to explore more lessons like these!

The Watershed Awareness Using Technology and Environmental Research for Sustainability (WATERS) curriculum by the Stroud Center (NSF #1849719), Concord Consortium, and Millersville University helps middle school students explore the health of their local watershed, investigate the impact of humans on their watershed, and learn about water-related careers. 

💧  This short Model My Watershed® lesson uses a map-based online watershed-modeling  tool to guide students through a discovery of their local watersheds and inspire inquiry in place-based watershed issues! 

💧 These five free lessons, each with STEM career connections, can be led virtually or in person on topics like watershed discovery, aquatic macroinvertebrates, water chemistry, drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, runoff, and STEM careers!

Join Concord’s Learn Portal to explore more lessons like these!

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Your donation today will help preserve and protect
the future of fresh water.