The Waterwise Community Center is a member of the Water Education | Water Awareness Committee (WEWAC). WEWAC is a consortium of water conservation and water education professionals in the Inland Empire, working together to promote water education and water awareness programs in southern California.
The purpose of the WEWAC EduBucks Program is to improve and supplement academic instruction by providing financial support to teachers seeking to do creative classroom projects that increase students’ awareness of the importance of water in Southern California.
The contest is open to middle school, junior high, and high school students within the WEWAC service area. The objective of the contest is to increase awareness of the importance of water in local Southern California schools through creativity and imagination.
The Environmental Education Collaborative (EEC) aims to develop funding, policy and program resources to support environmental education programs in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Their annual min-grant programs offers $1000-2000 for things like science project, field trips and gardens.
Roots & Shoots, a youth service program founded by Dr. Jane Goodall in 1991, provides educators with real tools that develop students’ 21st century learning skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving, and a spirit of collaboration. Resources for educators include $200 mini grants to support service campaigns, free online professional development courses, and more.