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October 2020

49th Annual NAAEE Conference (Virtual)

October 13, 2020 - October 16, 2020

At this year's North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) conference, The Watershed Project will have a poster presentation about our model of integrating environmental education with community planning processes in North Richmond. We hope to see you there! For more information and to register, visit conference.naaee.org About the Conference NAAEE’s conference will bring together global leaders and decision makers, teachers, students, researchers, and rising stars to leverage the power of environmental education to inspire change. As always, the conference…

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November 2020

Back to STEM Night 2020

November 4, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Calling all K-12 teachers! The Watershed Project's education team is participating in Back to STEM Night 2020, hosted by Outside the Box 925. Join us for this free virtual event to learn more about our offerings for all grades TK-12, ask any questions you may have, and sign up if you are interested in bringing a program to your students! Sign up in advance at otb925.org/events. About Our Education Programs At The Watershed Project, we are committed to offering programs…

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The Story of Plastic Movie: Virtual Screening and Discussion! Hosted by Friends of San Leandro Creek

November 15, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

If you missed our virtual screening and discussion of The Story of Plastic, you have a second chance to watch the film and discuss strategies for kicking the plastic habit. Join the Friends of San Leandro Creek this coming Sunday, November 15, at 4 pm to discuss the film. Register now so you have time to watch the film before the discussion.

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January 2021

MLK Day Walk of Dreams on the Richmond Greenway

January 16 @ 8:00 am - February 26 @ 5:00 pm

The Watershed Project will be creating a two-part living sculpture to celebrate the environmental justice heroes of Richmond and to share the community's dreams for the future. We invite you to write a sentence, phrase, or even a word to convey your dream for Richmond using an interactive online whiteboard. We will transcribe your dream onto a colorful strip of fabric that we will tie to the living sculptures located near 20th St and near 17th St on the Richmond Greenway.…

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April 2021

Earth Day 2021

April 15 - April 30

Spring into action by exploring your watershed! Register Here Register using the link above to participate in self-guided fun-filled educational activities featuring the Codornices and Cerrito Creek watersheds. The Watershed Exploration Challenge! Three courses to choose from. Visit each checkpoint and learn fun facts about your watershed. Make note of the letter posted at each checkpoint and spell a word that relates to the course. Submit the completed word to enter a raffle. Local history challenge! Take a quiz to…

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From Hell Strip to Habitat: How to Install a Sidewalk Habitat Garden

April 24 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Join us on Instagram live on April 24 to witness the installation of a community sidewalk garden! Register Here / Regístrese Aquí Learn from our experts about techniques for transforming underwhelming sidewalk strips into vibrant drought-tolerant habitat gardens. We'll talk you through the steps involved, the materials and tools you will need, which plants are adapted for our Mediterranean climate, and how to keep your garden looking good all year long. Follow and join us on Instagram Live on April…

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May 2021

Teacher Workshop: Watershed Education in our Urban Ecosystem

May 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Watershed Project's education team is giving a virtual workshop for teachers in partnership with Community Resources for Science! Our Ecosystem, Our Community: Greening Urban Watersheds is a hands-on, flexible middle school curriculum. Students explore biodiversity and interdependence in their own urban ecosystem, test green infrastructure models, and create pollinator habitat. Teachers will walk through the lessons, try out some of the activities (games, journaling, mindfulness), learn and share tips and tricks for leading activities with students, and brainstorm ways…

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