We’re all connected through our shared Watershed and ecosystem, and we are just as much a part of the water cycle as water. By caring for the greater environment, we are caring for our neighbors, family, and ourselves.
In our Outdoor KnowYourH20 Path to Clean Water Program, water professionals, students, and citizen scientists can Get Informed and learn how we can ensure that our community drinking water and recreational water resources are safe and plentiful for ourselves and the other inhabitants of the planet.
Access a variety of tools and resources for water testing and watershed monitoring in our Get Tools section. We offer online, classroom, and field environmental educational opportunities in our Get Training section.
Get Connected with like minds through our newsletter and social media. Get Involved by joining us, other water professionals, students, and citizen scientists in sharing local environmental data globally, and encouraging fact-based and not fear-based decisions. It is important to Know Our H20 and always remember that we all live downstream.
This section provides an introduction and a comprehensive discussion of the nature of a watershed and its components and other Earth processes. It is important to understand these concepts and to understand the meaning of the various terms and the system's components.
The Case Studies section provides examples of projects that may be research-based, consulting-based, citizen-science related, or are individual cases that help build an awareness of the importance of environmental stewardship and the use of the scientific method.
The PowerPoint presentation section will provide examples of presentations on various topics related to the water cycle, well water quality, water well construction, citizen science, and other environmental education and environmental issues. The presentations are for the novice, student, and professional.
In our Drinking Water and Surface Water Resource Library Section you'll find a wide range of articles on water quality issues, environmental monitoring, lake and stream ecosystems, watershed monitoring, citizen science, and environmental management.