From the Highland Ranch Herald: “Great Western Institute, a Highlands Ranch nonprofit, has become the project host for an international water education organization. Tracy Bouvette, a founder of the institute, said the institute trained 60 Douglas County schools teachers so far in Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) curriculum.
“Project WET provides school curriculum in 29 countries and 49 states. The programs are aimed all though the school grades and teaches the water cycle and how human disturbances impact it. WET also looks at watersheds, wetlands and the wildlife that dwells in them, with a cooperative agreement with Ducks Unlimited.”