On May 12, the Watershed Committee will be hosting Project WET at the Watersher Center. Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) has proved its worth in many states, including Missouri, by providing teachers with fun and interactive activities to help kids learn about water. This program will be sponsored out of Springfield, with Missouri State University providing a leadership role (and with help from the City of Springfield and Greene County).

At 1 p.m., at the Lakeside Learning Station at the Watershed Center (at Valley Water Mill Park), the new statewide Coordinator for Project WET will be announced by Janice Green of MSU. The new main education building at the Watershed Center, when completed, will provide office space for the Coordinator. For more information or directions, please call 866-1127.