Environmental Education Exchange is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that has developed a wide variety of conservation and environmental education programs and materials.
For additional information about the programs below, call 520-670-1442 or go to www.eeexchange.org/teachers.
Water Smart Kids
Water Smart Kids (formerly Da Drops) is a three-part water education program for 1st-3rd grade students, focusing on the water cycle, water supply, and water conservation in the Tucson Basin.
Our Water, Our Future
Our Water, Our Future is a three-part water education program for 4th and 5th grade students, addressing nature’s and urban water cycles, Tucson’s water supply, water use, and water conservation.
Watching Our Water
Watching Our Water is a three-part water education program for 6th-8th grade students about the intricacies of Tucson’s unique water situation, focusing on water sources, the urban water cycle, water use, and water conservation.
The City of Tucson's Sweetwater Wetlands is a water treatment facility, an urban wildlife habitat, and an outdoor classroom. Learn more about wetlands ecology and wildlife through the Sweetwater Wetlands Activity Book and Field Guide.