Environmental Education is a major component of the Alabama Water Watch Program. AWW provides citizens with knowledge and skills that can be used for environmental education purposes. AWW Data can be presented in forms appropriate for local officials, students or the general public.
Youth-focused environmental education is an important focus of AWW that has been growing considerably in recent years thanks to a partnership with the Alabama 4-H Program. AWW Staff, trainers, and other volunteers conduct workshops and activities with youth on a regular basis. In addition, AWW trains formal and volunteer educators to conduct water quality monitoring with youth.
Click here to learn more about the 4-H AWW Program.
If you are interested in volunteering with this program or using it in your classroom, don’t miss out on our Exploring Our Living Streams Workshop Opportunities for Summer 2016!