Limniad from Michael Nanna on Vimeo. Limniad is a short animated film on water conservation.

Conserving water with your students? Here are a few of our favorite water resources:

Click here to download a PDF infographic following how our NYC drinking water travels from the Catskill watershed.

New York City Department of Environmental Protection
Visit the Environmental Education section for watershed bus tours for teachers, recommended books, Trout in the Classroom and hands-on activities. Also of interest is a Video on Demand called The Secrets of New York: The Sewers

Catskills Watershed Corporation
Become a Watershed advocate, learn about their grant program, sign up for their e-newsletter and print out a map of the NYC watershed.

Environmental Protection Agency
In the Environmental Kids club, visitors can participate in an animated activity called the Interactive Water Cycle. With activity books with regional specifics like Coastal North Carolina, Chesapeake Bay, Hawaii's Oceans and Coastal Louisiana, this site is an amazing resource for both teachers and students.

Water Education Foundation
Information on Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) and water kids. Over 30 videos appropriate for classroom viewing.

American Museum of Natural History
In their past exhibitions, check out h20=life and click on the "for educators" section for classroom activities for students of all ages!

Watershed Agricultural Council
Watershed Agricultural Council is here to help you share the story of clean drinking water! The Watershed Agricultural Council helps teachers share watershed science and social impacts with students through hands-on experiences, bus tour grant programs, Green Connections, and Watershed Forestry Institute for Teachers.