Classroom resources

We share several resources to help you learn about surface water and sewers.

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB)

MPRB supports a variety of educational programming, including cable TV programming, community and school outreach programs.


Earth Day Clean-Up

Project WET – Water Education for Teachers

Project WET is a national K-12 water education curriculum and training program offered locally through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 

Check out various educator guides, including Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 which offers many engaging, interdisciplinary and easy to use activities focused on all aspects of water in our lives.

Visit the Project WET online portal

University of Minnesota Water Resources Center

The University of Minnesota Extension Service offers a broad array of programming and materials dealing with water quality, containing information for citizens interested in water quality, for water educators and for Extension personnel.

Visit the university's Water Resources Center

Metro Watershed Partners

Metro Watershed Partners is an coalition of over sixty public, private and non-profit organizations in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota area. Through collaborative education and outreach, it promotes a public understanding that inspires people to act to protect water quality in their watershed.

Metro Watershed Partners 

Minnesota Water

Minnesota Water provides tools, tips and stories about people and organizations who make a difference in improving water quality.

Minnesota Water- Let's Keep It Clean 

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Surface Water & Sewers

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250 South 4th St, Room 300
Minneapolis, MN 55415

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