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Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Department of Education
  
Kentucky Department of Education
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Department of Education
  
Kentucky Program of Studies and Core Content for Assessment
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Department of Education
  
The 2008 manual contains a unit template, information about the components of a unit and lesson plan, sample lesson plans, and a downloadable word document template.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Department of Education
  
Kentucky has a host of educational cooperatives that provide assistance and expertise for the benefit of their member school districts. This website provides the names and contact information for all of the regional offices in Kentucky. These people may be contacted to help you promote and/or offer your professional development opportunities for schools. They can also help you connect to specific teachers to work with in their classroom.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Kentucky Division of Water
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Basic information.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Contains interactive maps.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Links to a clickable basin map. More detailed information is revealed by “zooming” into the map (with the “magnifying glass”) or you can click on your county to download your county map.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
MS4 information.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Surf your watershed.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Watershed project information for volunteers.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Division of Water
  
Contains general information about non-point sources and their control.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Educational Television (KET)
  
Takes students to urban and rural settings across Kentucky to see how water from rain and snow is collected and funneled into common waterways—and how human activities affect the quality of water everywhere.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Educational Television (KET)
  
This Professional Development Resource uses authentic video of Kentucky classrooms to showcase high quality instruction on watersheds and nonpoint source pollution. Also included are links to Kentucky Core Content and Program of Studies, lesson materials, and additional resources.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Environmental Education Council
  
The Kentucky Environmental Education Council was established to improve Kentuckians’ understanding of their environment. Although KEEC’s major focus is primary and secondary education, the Council also works with colleges and universities, businesses, local governments, private organizations and citizens. KEEC’s goal is to provide citizens with the knowledge they need to make their own informed decisions about their environment. Includes links to instructional resources.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Environmental Education Council
  
The Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools (KGHS) Program is a voluntary effort to empower students and staff with the tools needed to take action and make their school operate at peak efficiency by using environmentally friendly practices. The program extends into the community encouraging environmentally-friendly practices at home, work and play. Water resource protection is one area of study and action. See a list of participating schools at this website.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Environmental Education Council
  
Correlations to KY Core Content and more…
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Environmental Education Council
  
  K-12 Curriculum.
Kentucky ResourcesGeneral
  
Established in 1976, the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) is one of the country’s oldest associations supporting environmental education.  KAEE’s mission is to build a sustainable environment through education.  KAEE members include K-12 teachers, nonformal educators, government and agency personnel, university instructors, and private citizens.  KAEE offers an annual conference in September and workshops throughout the year for professional development.
Kentucky ResourcesGeneral
  
A group supporting the need for rain gardens and other stormwater management tools.
Kentucky ResourcesGeneral
  
This website allows you to locate organizations and events across the Commonwealth. “EEinkentucky” is a one stop resource for teachers and all citizens who want a simple and straightforward way to discover environmental education opportunities in the Commonwealth.
Kentucky ResourcesGeneral
  
Bluegrass PRIDE (Personal Responsibility In a Desirable Environment) provides environmental resources and information to schools, community groups, local governments and citizens in Central Kentucky.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Environmental Education Council
  
The Enviroscape is an interactive 3-D watershed model that simulates stormwater runoff and impacts from point and non-point sources.  Kentucky has several available that may be loaned for presentations.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Geological Survey
  
Kentucky maps, ways to get the word out to teachers, and more.
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Geological Survey
  
KGS – Resource Materials K-16
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Geological Survey
  
Kentucky Land-use Planning Maps Available to Teachers
Kentucky ResourcesKentucky Geological Survey
  
Hydrology of Kentucky
Kentucky ResourcesUniversity of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
  
Earth Day Resources
Kentucky ResourcesUniversity of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
  
The Kentucky Water Awareness Month 2009 Packet Materials are available online. The packet includes information on stormwater, groundwater, and watersheds, and includes publications, fact sheets, promotional items, radio scripts, and activities. Please feel free to adapt and use the packet information to meet your programming needs.
Stream MonitoringIzaak Walton League of America
  
Save Our Streams (SOS) is a national watershed education and outreach program. Citizen involvement in watershed protection and conservation activities has proven to have measurable, positive results on the quality of our nation’s waters. Today, more than ever, citizen involvement is critical to the protection and restoration of America’s waters. Recognizing the importance of the work you do, we provide tools and resources to help you conserve local waterways.