Municipal Affairs and Environment

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers)

Project WET is a fun, hands-on, inquiry learning based, water education program for formal and non-formal educators of Kindergarten to Grade 12 students. It is designed to supplement the existing provincial and territorial curricula and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor settings. The new, revised Project WET 2.0 (second generation) Curriculum and Activity Guide contains 65 complete multi-level lesson plans for use by educators with youth aged 4-18+ years. This instructional resource material provides support to the provincial and territorial curricula in science, social studies, math, language arts and health and wellness.

For more information on Project WET in Canada, please visit .

NL Facilitators

Kyla Brake
Environmental Scientist
Water Resources Management Division
Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment
(709) 729‐3899
Kimberly Orren
Executive Director, Fishing For Success
(709) 740‐3474

Upcoming Workshops

To Be Determined

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