How to Get WET
The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide is available to all educators through workshops provided by state Project WET coordinators or trained facilitators.
Project WET workshops are open to a variety of educators including classroom teachers, preschool and daycare workers, 4-H and Scout leaders, home school educators, resource agency and community youth educators.
Project WET workshops are offered statewide. Prescheduled workshops are held at DEC Environmental Education Centers as well as schools and other educational venues. Workshops may be scheduled for a minimum of 15 participants to a maximum of 30. Participants need not be from the same school, grade level, or disciplines.
If you are interested in attending or scheduling an upcoming Project WET workshop, or cosponsoring a workshop with DEC at your site, at your convenience, please contact the coordinator nearest you.
For the Adirondacks, Capital District, Central NY, & Western NY Areas:
NY WET State Coordinator
NYSDEC Bureau of Environmental Education
625 Broadway 4th FL
Albany, NY 12233-4500
For the Lower Hudson Valley, New York City, and Long Island Areas:
Regional Environmental Educator
NYSDEC - Region 2 Office
47-40 21st Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
For Chesapeake Watershed Area:
NY WET Regional Coordinator
2721 State Hwy 80
Sherburne, NY 13460-4507