Partner Programs

  • Sewer Science

    An award-winning, hands-on laboratory program that teaches high school students in the District’s service area about wastewater treatment.

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  • Think Earth!
    It’s Magic

    A collaborative program between the District, the Think Earth Environmental Education Foundation, and California State University’s Environmental Education Department, that uses an award-winning curriculum and magic shows to teach elementary school students about their environment.

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  • Think Water!
    It’s Magic

    A free environmental education program for students in extended daycare/after school programs. This innovative program features an energetic Think Water! It’s Magic assembly by eco-magician Paul Cash that your students will remember for many years.

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  • Think Watershed

    A collaborative partnership of environmental stakeholders in Southern California interested in creating and implementing a watershed education project.

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  • Water Squad Investigations

    A collaborative environmental education program from Central Basin, the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts and L.A. County’s Whittier Narrows Center that provides students with a fun-filled day of water awareness.

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  • Water for the City

    An interactive, multi-media water education curriculum has lessons for upper elementary through middle school students.

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  • Water Wanderings

    A collaborative hands-on classroom program that takes fourth through fifth graders on a 2½-hour journey through California’s water.

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  • Conservation Connection

    A program showing the connections between California, our water and energy supply, and us. But providing information is only part of Conservation Connection. The goal of the curriculum is to get students actively involved - in their homes and at school - in conserving water and energy.

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  • Waterlogged

    A program where students will learn more about the scientific method, habitats and inhabitants of the Pacific Ocean, and the overall effect of unintended human impacts on the aquatic/marine environment.

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