• Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program
  • Water Education Program

Water Education Program

NEW! Learn about the new Water Education Program's Westside Facility


The Sonoma County Water Agency’s Water Education Program reaches thousands of students every year with lessons and materials on water conservation and stewardship of our local watersheds. 

All of our materials and programs are free to schools within our service area in Sonoma and Northern Marin counties in California. All curricula and instruction offered by the Water Education Program support California Curriculum Frameworks and are aligned with California State Science Standards for grades K – 12.

The Water Education Program is made possible through the Sonoma County Water Agency and the following local water providers: City of Santa Rosa, City of Rohnert Park, City of Cotati, City of Petaluma, City of Sonoma, North Marin Water District, Valley of the Moon Water District and the Town of Windsor.

Download 2014-2015 Brochure

 Classroom and Field Instruction

FREE Classroom and Field Instruction

For the 2014/2015 school year we are offering:

  • TK and kindergarten classroom program
  • 3rd grade classroom program
  • 4th grade classroom program
  • 5th grade field programs
  • Secondary school programs
 Free Classroom Materials

FREE Classroom Materials

Maps, posters, curriculum guides, student workbooks, and student incentives are available to teachers that fall within our service area in Sonoma and Northern Marin counties.

Be A Water Hero!

Be a Water Hero!

Download a FREE water audit, watch a video to learn how to be a water hero, and sign up for ZunZun water hero supplies.

Water Awareness Poster Contest

Poster Contest

Every year the Sonoma County Water Agency and your local water suppliers sponsor a poster contest for 3rd and 4th graders in our service areas.

 

Write with Might Book Contest

Write With Might! Book Contest

This contest challenges middle school students to write and illustrate a book for elementary age students on a specific water topic.

RRWA High School Video Contest

RRWA High School Video Contest

Every year the Russian River Watershed Association sponsors a high school video contest for local students in honor of Water Awareness Month. The winning videos are used as public service announcements and as educational outreach materials.

Free teacher workshops

FREE Teacher Workshops 

Let us help you teach about water. Attend a free teacher workshop! 

 

Maps, posters, curriculum guides, student workbooks, and student incentives are available to teachers that fall within our service area in Sonoma and Northern Marin counties.aasdfaaaaasdfasdfaasdfasdfTo assist you as educators we have planned some 
terrific workshops this year. As part of a new 
workshop series for teachers we have scheduled an 
updated Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) 
workshop that addresses local water issues and that 
is aligned with the new Environmental Education 
Initiative. For workshop descriptions and dates please 
refer to the teacher workshop section of this brochure. 
 Free ZunZun Musical Watershed Assembly

FREE ZunZun Musical Watershed Assembly

ZunZun’s Musical Watershed Assembly is available to schools in Sonoma and Marin Counties. This 45-minute assembly engages students with musical segments focused on sustainability, water pollution, recycling, watershed ecology, storm drain run-off, sanitary sewer systems and water conservation.

Headwaters To Ocean program

Headwaters to Ocean

The Sonoma County Water Agency received a grant for the 2014/2015 school year from NOAA California Bay Watershed Education and Training Program (B-WET). This grant will support the Headwaters 2 Ocean (H2O) Program, an experiential, hands-on program for fifth and sixth grade students in Sonoma County.

 A small creek meanders through Hudeman Slough wetland.

Hudeman Slough Quest

The Water Education team has developed a place-based treasure hunt called a Quest.  Pack your backpack and spend time with your family outdoors in search of hidden treasure while exploring Hudeman Slough in beautiful Sonoma, California. 

 Lending Library

Lending Library

The lending library contains videos, books, and models for your classroom. The Lending Library is open M–F from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and items are loaned for a three week period.

 Download Water Education Activities

Download Water Education Activities

Check out some of our favorite water related science experiments and activities.