Thirsty for information about water? A free Jan. 21 workshop on Sacramento-area water resources, energy production, community water needs and water conservation is open for registration in Sacramento, Calif.
The Project WET workshop is for teachers in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. Participants will receive a Project WET 2.0 guide, which includes more than 100 Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards activities. Project WET is a non-profit water education organization with its headquarters in Montana.
The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Sacramento Municipal Utilities District (SMUD) service center’s Rubicon Room, 6301 S St., Sacramento. Telephone is 916-732-6738. Contact person is Suzette Bienvenue.
SMUD organizers state only K-12 teachers may attend and must provide proof that they are educators. School e-mail or employer IDs will be accepted as proof.
Parking is limited and organizers encourage carpooling or taking public transportation. A Regional Transit Light Rail station is located a block away, at University and 65th Street. Parking will also be available directly across from the SMUD building or on streets.