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The School Water Education Program (SWEP) provides education to K-12 students on their drinking water, storm water, and water conservation. The program also provides resources to teachers, including two annual award-winning Project WET curriculum trainings. 

To learn more about any of these opportunities, please email us at  

Project WET PWET Teachers

Project WET is an international, award-winning water resource education program for teachers and science educators. Teachers receive a free curriculum guide and access to the Project WET online teacher portal. 

Click here to see our Project WET video.   

Project WET Trainings for the 20/21 school year are here!

The next free workshop, "Exploring Drought in Solano County," will be held on February 20, 2021. For more infofrmation, click pdfhere to view the flyer and learn more!

  • Register for the February 20, 2021 training here.

Water Lessons (K-12)Lidia Students Map

45-60 min lesson covering where drinking water comes from, watershed science, storm water pollution prevention, and water conservation.

Our in-class lessons feature videos about Solano County water, highlighting each city's drinking water sources and watershed.

Check out our Solano County's Water videos!

Video for Young Students

Solano County kids talk about the county's water supply: where it comes from, where it goes, why it's important, how to use it wisely, and how to keep it clean.

Funded by Solano County Water Agency.

Video for Older Students and Adults

Solano County neighbors discover their water source and how they can help protect their local watershed. 

Funded by Solano County Water Agency.

Test Your Tap (5-12) TYT Girl2

A two-day lesson and lab where students learn about the origin of tap versus bottled water, including the environmental and health impacts of bottled water. Students bring in samples of tap and bottled water and conduct various water quality tests to compare the quality of both samples.

Click here to see a video.

Dunnell NatureDunnell Poppies
Center Field Trips (K-5)

Two-hour field trip at the Dunnell Nature Center in Fairfield. Students learn about local water resources in an outdoor setting.

Free Water Education Materials for Teachers!Pictures of different book covers

  • Curriculum Kits
  • Workbooks/Pamphlets
  • Posters
  • Pencils/Erasers 

Funding for SWEP is provided by the cities of Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun City, Vallejo, and Benicia, as well as the Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District and Solano Irrigation District.

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1170 N Lincoln, Ste. 110
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Phone: (707) 678-1655 x 101

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