Environmental Education Exchange Classroom Programs

 

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Environmental Education Exchange is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that has developed a wide variety of conservation and environmental education programs and materials.

For additional information about the programs below, call 520-670-1442 or go to www.outreach-scheduling.org.

Da Drops

Da Drops is a three-part water education program specifically designed for 1st-to-3rd grade students. It focuses on the water cycle, water supply and water conservation in the Tucson Basin.

Our Water, Our Future

Our Water, Our Future is a three-part program for 4th and 5th grade students. It addresses the following concepts: water cycle, water supply, water quality, water use, and water conservation.

El Tour de Agua

El Tour de Agua is a three-part water education program for 6th-to-8th grade students about the intricacies of Tucson's unique water situation. It focuses on water sources, the water cycle, recycled water, and water conservation.

Sweetwater Wetlands

The Sweetwater Wetlands is a water treatment facility, an urban wildlife habitat, and an outdoor classroom. Learn more about wetland ecology and wildlife through the Sweetwater Wetlands Activity Book and Field Guide.