Water Conservation & Supply (Grades 3-12)
Let one of our Marin Water experts teach your students about the water cycle, our local water supply, watershed ecology and water conservation. These fun and informative grade-appropriate classroom presentations last 30-45 minutes and are offered free of charge, either in-person or remotely. Bilingual (Spanish-English) presentations are available
Water Walk Field Trip (Grades 3-5)
Join us on a walking tour of the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed and learn about ecology, water supply, and water efficiency. This field trip teaches students about the source and journey of their water while inspiring them to take action to conserve our most precious resource. Typical Water Walk field trips cover approximately 1.5 miles of relatively flat terrain and take about 2.5 hours to complete. We can accommodate up to 30 students per trip; a minimum of 15 students is required. A classroom presentation before the field trip is recommended. Please note: Water Walks are not offered during the winter months of November-February.
ZunZun Musical Watershed Assemblies (Grades K-6)
Marin Water is again partnering with ZunZun, winners of the 2016 Silicon Valley Water Conservation Award in Education, to offer their dynamic, engaging, musical assembly program to elementary schools in Marin Water’s service area. ZunZun engages students in an informative and fun assembly with segments focused on where your water comes from, watershed awareness, and water and energy conservation. Fun songs, audience participation, and memorable jingles make this educational program enjoyable for and accessible to students. Assemblies are appropriate for K-6th graders and are 30-35 minutes in length. Bi-lingual presentations (Spanish-English) are available upon request. Contact ZunZun directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.zunzuntunes.com.