The North Yakima Conservation District recognizes the importance of educating our youngest citizens. We offer a variety of opportunities through a cooperative agreement with the Franklin Conservations District.
Water on Wheels (WOW) offers eleven natural resource focused lessons for kindergarten-8th grade classes. WOW. lessons use hands-on demonstrations, educational games, art projects and science experiments to help students understand the importance of and relationships between water, soil, habitats, watersheds, energy and trees.
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Wheat Week is a series of five lessons, delivered over the course of one week, which educate 4th-6th grade students about water, soil, watersheds, energy and wheat. Students learn about water cycles around the globe, the importance of soil, watershed dynamics, energy production, and wheat systems.
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Educator Workshops offering nationally recognized natural resource curriculum, Project WILD, Project WET, WILD about Salmon and Project Learning Tree.
For more information or to schedule please contact:
Conservation and Water on Wheels Educator
1606 Perry Street; Suite C
509-454-5743 Ext. 8564