Free Water and School Programs

Your local water agencies may provide free water education programs.  Contact them for information specific to your area if it is not listed here.

These programs are available through Nature Vision:

City of Bellevue Elementary
Programs Available

 

 

Cascade Water Alliance
Programs available

 

 

 

City of Bothell Elementary
Programs available for winter/spring 2018

 

 

 

City of Bothell Middle School/ High School
Programs available for winter/spring 2018

 

 

City of Lynnwood Elementary
Programs available

 

 

City of Lynnwood Middle School/High School
Programs available                                                                                               

 

 

 

Covington Water District
Programs available

 

 

Discuren Foundation Sponsored School Programs
Programs available for schools with 50% or greater students receiving free or reduced price meals
 

 

 

 

 

King County WaterWorks Grant
Programs available for schools with 50% or greater students receiving free or reduced price meals in the Green/Duwamish River Watershed

 

 

Kirkland Public Works Elementary
Programs available

 

 

 

Northshore Utility District
Programs available for winter/spring 2018

 

 

Saving Water Partnership
Programs available for most areas

 

 

 

Union Hill Water Association
Programs available

 


 

City of Maple Valley Elementary
Programs available

 

 

City of Maple Valley High School
Programs available

 

 

 

 

Blue Teams student service projects, may be free to schools from Bellevue Utilities, the Cascade Water Alliance, City of Bothell, Discuren Foundation, Kirkland Public Works, and Woodinville Water District.  Please visit our Blue Teams page for more details.

The King County Noxious Weed Control Program is now sponsoring Right Plant, Right Place programs for King County Schools:  Did you know that ecological “deserts” can form under big patches of invasive plants?  Through games and group activities, students will become aware of the impact of invasive plants on ecosystems.  Students will learn how to identify invasive plants, how these plants spread, and how to help manage the spread in our own backyards and communities. To register online or by fax, please visit our Program Registration page.  Under cost, choose ”Free Program (sponsored)" and we will contact you with a confirmation email or call prior to the program.