The Colorado Foundation for Water Education is improving the understanding of Colorado water issues by increasing the amount, quality and effectiveness of water education—we've established a Water Educator Network for educators. Local water educators will thrive with tools, trainings and collaborations that are relevant to their work, easily accessible and simple to implement. Become a member to benefit from:
- Technical Assistance
Enjoy the expertise of consultants and attend regular in-person trainings and webinars on topics that matter to you such as program evaluation, watershed festival planning, interpretation techniques and more.
- A Central Repository of Information and Resources
Quickly find proven water education curriculum and offerings across the state. This one-stop shop will allow water educators to quickly find useful resources and has allowed CFWE and CAEE to partner around common goals to have a greater collective impact in the environmental education field.
- Customized Communication
A monthly e-newsletter just for water educators will bring you the latest happenings and best practices in Colorado water education. Look for content on best practices, proven curriculum, upcoming funding, training opportunities and new programs.
Gather together to discuss successes and challenges and explore partnerships with a dedicated group of peers. CFWE will convene biannual member networking events, bringing together a statewide group of dedicated educators to discuss their eneds, successes and challenges plus form collaborations and partnerships.
Join the Water Educator Network
As a member of CFWE's Water Educator Network, you'll receive all the benefits of an individual CFWE membership plus additional benefits specifically designed to fit a Colorado water educator's needs. Learn more about the benefits and join the network here.
Upcoming Network Events
The Water Educator Network has events scheduled throughout spring and summer 2017. Find the quickly approaching workshops here:
- April 11, Tips and Tricks for Non-Formal Educators Workshop
- April 12, Water Festival Coordinator Gathering
- Various professional development opportunities for teachers will be offered around this state this summer find some of those offerings here.