Teacher sitting at table with young students

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin

A knowledgeable, skilled, and active youth citizenry is a key to resolving the environmental issues that promise to become increasingly important into the new century. While our schools play a major role, cultivating environmental literacy is a task that neither begins nor ends with formal education. Many parts of our society shape attitudes toward the environment – family, peers, religion, community, interest groups, government, the media to name a few.

To that end, SAWS has implemented a school-age strategy that uses water as a catalyst to promote science and civic responsibility through presentations, field investigations, service opportunities and other resources. All are free of charge and customized to be age appropriate.


Impact Teams

Lesson & Activities

Know Your H2O


SAWS Digital Learning Resources

Little student girl with laptop pc at home

PBL Modules

Password: Impact


Toy Garden – Upcycled Creature Feature

A Gift for Mother from the Garden

Bat House Project to Drive Dad Batty!

Apple of My Eye Tote for Teachers

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