- Conservation Poster Contest
- SQM Data Web Site for Teachers
- Environmental Education Resources
- Request to Schedule an Education Program
- Youth Education Programs
- Contact Our Environmental Education Specialist
- Contact Our Education Assistant
Franklin Soil and Water’s Environmental Education Team provides interactive presentations to students in both formal and non-formal settings. This is a great education resource for teachers, school classes and youth groups on the conservation, protection and improvement of soil and water resources in Franklin County. All of the programs have been correlated with Ohio’s New Learning Standards for Earth and Space Sciences and Life Sciences. The topics included are soils, water and watersheds, and human impact on the environment. Our programs include models, simulations, activities and/or literature connections. Education programs are made possible with support from Franklin County Commissioners, City of Columbus, participating Municipalities, Villages and Townships.
- The 2016 Education Brochure summarizes the FSWCD educational programs available.
- Youth education programs are available for school classes, home-schoolers, and youth groups relating to topics of soil, water and watersheds, and human impact on the environment.
- Youth education programs correlations to Ohio’s new Learning Standards For a list of suggested programs for specific age groups, check out the Education Programs Grade Level Guide
- Models and Activity Kits for loan on the topics of soil, water and watersheds, and human impact on the environment.
- Workshops for educators with resources and activity ideas. There are two ways to register
- Conservation contests for student: the Poster Contest and the Envirothon.
- SWIFT, Soil & Water Information for Teachers, is a newsletter with upcoming events and information on soil and water resources.
- Resources for formal and non-formal educators