For Educators

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Our Stormwater Explorers program is designed to educate students on how to be good stewards of our local and national water resources. It is designed for students in grades 6-12, but can be modified to fit younger students.

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A FREE, fun-filled and educational school field trip for K-3 students. The town participates in this program via a partnership with the Water Quality Forum, a local non-profit.

blooming redbud tree in front of open pavilion with tables Opens in new windowThe Farragut Outdoor Classroom is a public space available for teacher or town staff-led projects, lessons, and demonstrations.

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Project WET: Water Education Today is dedicated to solving critical environmental challenges by teaching the world about water. We do this by providing hands-on, science-based water education resources to formal and non-formal educators around the world. These resources encourage responsible environmental stewardship and promote meaningful action to address environmental challenges, climate change, social justice, and sustainability.