CFWEP needs YOUR help to grow during our RIPPLE campaign. Much like one drop of water causes a ripple effect, you can cause a ripple by helping bring others into the work CFWEP does.
Has CFWEP touched your life or that of your child? If you’d like to support our work, we value contributions of any size. Every donation during Earth Month enters the donor into a drawing for a free three-month membership at Fairmont Hot Springs.
Donations of any amount will be matched by a grant from Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation.
The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program is a non-advocational non-profit housed at Montana Tech. We teach students the history of Butte mining, the science of the restoration and that big problems can be solved.
Sparking Student Inquiry:
From field trips to fly fishing, our programs have engaged over 75,000 students in hands-on science in their own communities. CFWEP provides an early pipeline into STEM, ensuring that future generations can solve problems using data-driven science.
Place-Based Teacher Training:
CFWEP gives educators the tools they need to incorporate place-based science in their classrooms, centering learning opportunities found in their own communities. More than 900 teachers have been involved in our programs spanning topics from microbiology to geology.
Engaging Local Communities:
We all have the potential to be stewards of our environment. CFWEP empowers community members to care for nature through a variety of public outreach and education programs, incorporating elements like art, gardening, and community service.
Thank you for considering making a gift today to support CFWEP. Please help us spread the word! Share this project on social media, by email and tell your friends!
Is your organization or business interested in getting involved with CFWEP’s Community Earth Month? Contact Melissa Wanamaker at email@example.com for more information.