This app for Android phones allows users to retrieve current data like water level, temperature and stream flow from USGS servers for rivers, reservoirs, lakes and more. This can serve as a supplement to any water quality monitoring activity.
This guide, created in part by EarthEcho International, illustrates relevant facts about our oceans and waterways. It also gives readers ideas for how to make a positive change for the environment by completing a service learning project.
Estuaries.gov helps educators bring the beauty and importance of estuaries into classrooms and educational programs. The site provides an avenue for students and teachers to learn about estuaries, research, and explore NOAA's "living laboratories" - the National Estuarine Research Reserves.
This Internet-based collaborative project allows students to share and compare information about water usage with other students from around the country and the world, based on water use data collected in the household and at school.
This teacher's guide from National Geographic Education uses the power of photography to illustrate the importance of using water wisely. In addition to general information, the guide provides teaching tips that help connect the content to the classroom.
The Global Rivers Environmental Education Network program (GREEN) provides opportunities for young people to learn more about the watersheds they live in and to use their findings to create lasting solutions for pressing water quality challenges.
NEEF participates in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) as a member of EarthShare, an umbrella organization for the most respected and responsible environmental and conservation organizations in America. If you are a federal government employee please consider giving to NEEF through the CFC. Our CFC number is 11792.