Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Great Swamp Educational Programs

The Great Swamp Watershed Association (GSWA), located in Harding Township, NJ, is the nonprofit member-supported environmental organization that monitors and protects water quality, and investigates and participates in land use issues in the watershed community, while working to strengthen environmental regulations in New Jersey.

GSWA also provides environmental education to community groups, teachers and students to help everyone understand the important role we each play in protecting our drinking water and preserving the natural beauty of our environment.
  • Seasonal environmental education programs are open to the general public. View a list of seasonal programming.
  •  Environmental science education programs designed for school classrooms—grades 3 to 12 and beyond. Read more about classroom instruction.
  • Programs For Educators include teacher training workshops focusing on state-approved core content and suitable for use in the classroom or Nature Center for teaching across curriculum. Topics include water conservation, the water cycle, biodiversity, wildlife habitats and more. Read more about teacher training workshops.

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