Project WET program: The Foundation is the only coordinator in California of an international, interdisciplinary water science education program for formal and non-formal educators of kindergarten through 12th grade students.
Water Tours: The Foundation typically offers six tours a year in various regions of California that provide participants a firsthand look at the water facilities, rivers and regions critical in the debate about the future of water resources.
Publications: High quality, comprehensive publications are the hallmark of the Foundation's writing staff; most notably our flagship online news publication, Western Water. The Foundation also publishes an online water encyclopedia, Aquapedia, and online news aggregator, Aquafornia. All of our publications present the many sides and views of the water picture, with the goal of fostering an understanding of various positions and discussion toward resolution of these often controversial issues.
Water Leaders Class: A one-year professional development program designed for working professionals in early to mid-career to educate them about water issues and enhance leadership skills.
The Water Education Foundation is a small nonprofit that runs its various programs and publications on contributions and state and federal grants. We are asking for ongoing support of the various programs and publications that we produce.