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In addition to the educational resources you can find here on GBWater.org, below are links to other sites that have information and materials available to
help you learn or teach your students about the importance of water.
  • Brown County Health Department advocates for sound public health policy to promote optimal health and wellbeing of individuals and the environment.
  • City of Green Bay website has everything you need to know about the place we live. 
  • Clean Water Act establishes the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States and regulating quality standards for surface waters
  • Drinking Water Week is celebrated by the American Water Works Association and water providers all across North America during the first full week of May every year. Updated materials are available each January.
  • DrinkTap.Org Is an American Water Works Association program to answer all of your questions about water.
  • AWWA's Resources and Tools has developed a suite of public outreach materials that are available free of charge. The materials, which can be downloaded from this link, help communicate the value of water and wastewater service and the need for infrastructure investment.
  • Aquapedia is an online water encyclopedia from the Water Education Foundation.
  • The Discovery Channel School offers STEM educational resources, including activities for water.
  • EPA's Environmental Education Center offers basic and clear information regarding drinking water and the environment.
  • The EPA also has a website dedicated to Green Bay's water source, Lake Michigan. 
  • EnviroScape® sells hands-on watershed education products that connect what we do on land to what happens in our rivers, lakes, oceans and groundwater.
  • Getwise.org is a conservation education program.
  • H2O for Life provides opportunities to young people to raise awareness about the water crisis to provide funds for water, sanitation and hygiene education for a partner school in a developing country.
  • Project WET offers classroom-ready teaching aids for water resources awareness.
  • Safe Drinking Water Act links to the Act's text and other information on the statute.
  • SAWS Education is provided by the San Antonio Water System.
  • The Water Page offers conservation tips for kids.
  • The Water Resources Education Initiative is the U.S. Geological Survey’s educational outreach program.
  • The Wisconsin DNR has water topics specific to our state.
  • The Wisconsin Public Service Commission is responsible for water utility regulation.
  • The USGS’s Water Science School is an interactive center focusing on many aspects of water.