STEM and education
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“Watersheds: Our neighborhoods and beyond” gives an overview of pollutants that impact our waterways and how individuals can reduce their impacts. A presenter works with students using a hands-on model to illustrate concepts.
Science, technology, engineering and math are a daily part of the St. Johns River Water Management District’s work to protect water resources. Take a closer look at the district’s work and opportunities to participate in STEM learning.
Students and teachers are raising awareness about the importance of water resource protection and conservation in a variety of creative ways. Learn how your school can participate.
The world of water can be fascinating. Find ideas on which to base your school science fair project.
Learn about this free, fun, interactive, web-based educational program about water resources and their protection and conservation.