Earth Force engages young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities now and in the future. We do so by training and supporting educators in programs that enable young people to lead community action projects focused on creating sustainable solutions to local environment issues in the community.
K-12 Programs & Curriculum Development
CEH Wallingford's mission is to: advance the science of hydrology through research, investigate through monitoring and modelling natural changes in the hydrological environment and to assess past, present and future effects of man's impact on all phases of the hydrological cycle, secure, expand and provide hydrologically relevant data, and promote the use of CEH's research and data.
The Wild Salmon Spotlight provides information on salmon, their habitat and life cycle, conservation practices, community projects, and intersting links.
BFC's goals include: organize a national conference of “seaweed” activists to help create a Blue Movement, campaign for an American Oceans Act to protect our public seas, work to improve ocean policies in America's 23 coastal states and their watersheds, support maritime community activists through a distribution of model policies and practices that work, among other actions.
Educating people to understand, to love and to protect the water systems of the planet, marine and fresh water, for the well-being of future generations.
This site is to encourage the exchange of information in this rapidly growing field. It provides links to articles on indoor and outdoor water use, landscaping, public awareness and education, community activity, infrastructure, regulations, research and technology, and economics in Canada.
CWRA is a national organization of individuals and organizations interested in the management of Canada's water resources. The membership is composed of private and public sector water resource professionals including managers, administrators, scientists, academics, students and users.
The IRC offers news and information, advice, research and training, on low-cost water supply and sanitation in developing countries.
EYPAW guides and water curricula database provide assistance for developing a community-based, youth water education program. These resources target youth and link educators to key community members to build partnerships to meet common water education goals. The EYPAW resources are full of ideas, checklists, references, partner lists, and community action education materials.
Give Water A Hand program activities are presented in two publications — the youth Action Guide and the Leader Guidebook (for youth leaders and teachers). These easy-to-follow, illustrated guides show how to organize and carry out effective action-oriented projects. To see the basic steps you'll follow to protect and improve your watershed resources, click here.