The California Department of Water Resources and Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) are offering a “Climate Change in California” training on Saturday, November 16 from 8am-4pm at the Morongo Tribal Hall.
Climate change is having a profound impact on California water resources, as evidenced by long-term changes in snowpack, sea level, river flows and annual temperatures. Join the Department of Water Resources (DWR) Climate Change team for a day learning about the science of climate change, how local to federal water managers are applying the science to safeguard California’s water supply and help develop more climate resilient communities – and how the interdisciplinary activities of Project WET can help you integrate climate change science knowledge, concepts and skills back in your classroom!
For a $25 registration fee, participants attending this training will receive great information on current climate science, how the science is being applied to increase the resiliency of California water systems, a copy of Project WET Guide 2.0, experiences with Project WET activities, a light breakfast, coffee and lunch, an opportunity to receive 0.8 CEU credit - and a $50 stipend after completion of the training!
Saturday, November 16, 2019 (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Morongo Tribal Hall
11555 Potrero Rd, Banning, CA 92220
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For questions, contact Brian Brown, California Project WET Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 444-6240
Header photo courtesy of NASA: Visible Earth