The Exploring Our Living Streams Curriculum provides hands-on activities for teaching students about watershed science and water monitoring. The 4-H AWW Program provides support to clubs and classrooms as they use the curriculum and collect water data. Click here to learn more about the curriculum.
During the 2 day EOLS workshop, participants are certified as water monitors (water chemistry and stream biomonitoring) and learn how their students can be certified as 4-H AWW Water Monitors.
Participants who complete an EOLS workshop will receive:
- Certification as AWW Water Monitors
- A copy of the EOLS curriculum
- Access to EOLS Digital Resources (presentations and other support materials)
- A DVD of Discovering Alabama videos that are correlated to the curriculum
- Access to monitoring equipment
- Support with implementation of the EOLS curriculum, including certification of students as 4-H AWW Monitors
- CEUs from Auburn University
- Food and lodging during the workshop
- Additional programming specific to the host environmental center (including activities such as farm tours, boat rides, and fun hikes!)
IMPORTANT: Legacy, Inc. is the workshop sponsor and will manage registration. You must download the application through the link below, complete, and mail with a check for registration to Legacy (&75 for Legacy partners, $90 for non-partners).
Pre-registration is required and class sizes are limited.
Contact the AWW Office for more information: 888-844-4785 or firstname.lastname@example.org