The Watersheds Ambassadors Program gives 7th grade students an awareness and appreciation of wetland and upland habitats and their importance in our ecosystem. This comprehensive curriculum integrates activities in math, science, language arts, and social studies in the classroom and then extends the learning out in the field. Students have the opportunity to move from awareness to action and become ambassadors for the protection of their watershed as they experience it through environmental Project Based Learning.
Tampa Tribune Article from December 7, 2017
Teachers please access canvas site for Watershed Ambassador’s Curriculum
Pithlachascotee River Watershed Maps (jpg or PDF)
WAP_Land Use in the Pithlachascotee River Watershed _ 1995-New!
WAP_Topography of the Pithlachascotee River Watershed.pdf <-New!
Conserved Lands in Pasco(pdf)
Pithlachascotee River Watershed-1999 Land Use/Land Cover
Conserved Lands in the Pithlachascotee River Watershed
Springs Coast (PDF)
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For further information or scheduling contact:
Karen Stewart, Environmental Resource Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org