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Friday, October 14, 2011
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) and Rain Barrel Workshop

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) and Rain Barrel WorkshopFriday, October 14, 20119:00am - 4:00pmLake Erie Nature & Science Center28728 Wolf RoadBay Village, OHJoin us for a Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) training that features water-related, innovative activities and lessons that are aligned to Ohio?s Science Standards, are hands-on and fun for both students and educators. Attendees will receive workshop materials, Project WET guide, and water related freebies for your classroom.Additionally, we will be hosting a rain barrel workshop during lunch. Make a rain barrel to use at your school or home.The Project WET and rain barrel workshop are FREE.Funding is provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant ?A Holistic Approach to Health at Huntington Beach.?Workshop Sponsors:Great Lakes Restoration InitiativeCuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictCuyahoga County Board of HealthLake Erie Nature and Science CenterUniversity of ToledoCleveland MetroparksCity of WestlakeCity of Bay VillageFor further details or to register, contact Amy Roskilly at 216/524-6580, ext. 22 or aroskilly@cuyahogaswcd.orgProject WET (Water Education for Teachers) and Rain Barrel WorkshopFriday, October 14, 20119:00am - 4:00pmLake Erie Nature & Science Center28728 Wolf RoadBay Village, OHJoin us for a Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) training that features water-related, innovative activities and lessons that are aligned to Ohio?s Science Standards, are hands-on and fun for both students and educators. Attendees will receive workshop materials, Project WET guide, and water related freebies for your classroom.Additionally, we will be hosting a rain barrel workshop during lunch. Make a rain barrel to use at your school or home.The Project WET and rain barrel workshop are FREE.Funding is provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant ?A Holistic Approach to Health at Huntington Beach.?Workshop Sponsors:Great Lakes Restoration InitiativeCuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictCuyahoga County Board of HealthLake Erie Nature and Science CenterUniversity of ToledoCleveland MetroparksCity of WestlakeCity of Bay VillageFor further details or to register, contact Amy Roskilly at 216/524-6580, ext. 22 or aroskilly@cuyahogaswcd.org

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