The Riley Purgatory Bluff Creek Watershed District's Education Program supports the goals outlined in the 10-Year Plan by providing ways for educators to get their students engaged in clean water. Looking for ways to incorporate water education into your curriculum? Need resources for getting your students outside? Maybe you'd like to learn something new about the watershed around you. Explore the links and resources below!
Spend the day at a beautiful education center, learning how to incorporate water education into your curriculum. Get trained on Project WET activities using the woods and wetlands around Discovery Point, and become confident using them both indoors and out!
Let us come to you!
Sign up for a classroom visit and let us know a little about the kind of activity you're looking for. We have a few lesson plans to choose from, and great interactive tools. Contact Eleanor to schedule a visit, and we'll work together to plan something fun and inspiring!Learn more
Educational Tools Library
The right tool can make all the difference, and we'd like to share ours with you. Check out the displays, kits, and materials the watershed district uses to connect with its audiences.Learn more
As a Jr Watershed Explorer, your students learn about the world of water around them and can earn an embroidered badge.
Where does water go when it rains? What kinds of fish and animals live in the water bodies in our area? What can each of us do to help protect clean water? This activity book takes kids on an adventure through their watershed, exploring how we are all connected to, and by water.
Ages: 5 years - 12 years (Younger children complete fewer pages to ear their badge)
Our office is located at:
18681 Lake Drive East, Chanhassen Minnesota, 55317
*Can't make it in? Let us know and we can mail you a copy. Are you an educator? Arrange to have us drop of copies at your school or other facility.
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Learn about water topics
Explore our water topics to learn more about our watershed.
Request a Speaker
Interested in learning more about water resources topics? Let us come to your next group meeting or event
Resources from other organizations
There are lots of great resources out there for incorporating water topics into teaching, both in the classroom and outdoors.