Watershed Science Resources
Helpful Watershed Resources Below!
Looking for things to do at home?
Take a look at educational opportunities from NOAA that families can do. (Link)
About the Fish Art Contest: The award-winning Wildlife Forever Fish Art® Contest, with support from Title Sponsor Bass Pro Shops, brings children, art and aquatic conservation together! To enter, young artists create an original illustration of any official state-fish and written words detailing its behavior, habitat, and efforts to conserve it. Entries are categorized in four grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. Educators nationwide utilize Fish On!, the full-color State-Fish Art Lesson Plan, integrating the disciplines of science and art. Entries are due postmarked by March 31st each year. www.fishart.org. CLICK HERE for more information on how to register.
“The U.S. government has released a new educational curriculum that uses GPS concepts and activities to stimulate student interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).”
Learn more about water quality, Coral Bleaching..etc with NOAA.
Youth Innovation Challenge
Join other students in addressing climate change!!
If you have an idea submit it HERE and also inquire for more information.
What are Genes?
Learn more about genes through a new series on PBS.
National Science Foundation
Seven NSF-supported STEM resources that are perfect for at-home learning
Blue Mind Series – Education
The Blue Mind Series is a “twelve-part series of conversations and interviews to supplement the Blue Mind and Live Blue books. In this series, we describe Blue Mind science, theory, and practice as well as the good work of many of our friends and colleagues who are putting Blue Mind into action around the world” Click the link below to learn more!
Blue Mind Series
Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Education
Access to the film, The Wild for online and at-home instruction.
Click the link below for the instructions!