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B-WET Activities

NOAA Bay Watershed Education and Training

B-WET
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B-WET Information

B-WET Factsheet

Monterey Rack Card

San Francisco Rack Card

Santa Barbara Rack Card

Other B-WET Funded Programs

Fisheries Education Programs

Voices of the Bay

Ocean Guardian School Program

Evaluation

B-WET Evaluation Website

CA B-WET Executive Summary

Chesapeake Bay Executive Summary

CA B-WET Presentations

Grant 101

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For Grant Applicants

How to Apply

Project Narrative
and Budget Narrative Example Application

Grant Writing Tips

Evaluation Criteria

Grant Recipient Report Formats

Links

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Funding Opportunities

Bringing the Environment into Classrooms in a Meaningful Way!

The NOAA California Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) Program provides funds to support environment-based education throughout the watersheds of San Francisco Bay, Monterey Bay, and Santa Barbara Channel.

Funded projects provide "meaningful"(pdf) watershed educational experiences to students, teachers, and communities.

Recognizing that an educated community is the key to understanding and sustaining the Nation's ocean and coastal environments, NOAA has developed B-WET into a national program.

For more information contact:
Seaberry Nachbar
CA B-WET Program Manager
99 Pacific Street,
Suite 455A,
Monterey, CA 93940
(831) 647-4204
seaberry.nachbar@noaa.gov

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California B-WET Funded Projects

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