TO THE TEACHER...
Learning about storm water – where it flows, how it becomes polluted, and how to prevent storm water pollution – is fundamental to understanding our local water resources.
The District is pleased to offer a variety of educational materials and resources to schools within the Fresno-Clovis metropolitan area. View the District's list of teacher resources. Target audiences are students from 4th to 12th grade. The information provided can assist in meeting California educational standards for:
- Earth Sciences
- Physical Sciences
- Environmental Sciences
The District can also offer staff presentations in the classroom or school assemblies.
Upon request the District can provide classroom quantities of brochures, activity booklets, fact sheets and posters specially designed for school use. Watershed models, a library of videos, and environmental education books can be checked out. Contact Us with your requests.
Clean Stormwater Grant Program - see how to apply for a mini grant to fund projects that protect or enhance water resources, or educate students about storm water quality. Applications are available starting in mid-December and the deadline for submission is the first week in March. Grants are up to $2,000 for each project, and approximately $30,000 is budgeted the Grant Program.
Scout Island Field Trip Grants for 5th Grade Classes - The Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District is offering mini-grants to 5th grade classes. The grant funds transportation and the Scout Island facility docent fees. Contact Kristine Johnson at (559) 456-3292 or email@example.com for more information.