In 1978, EBMUD began an education outreach program so that students can learn about water conservation, pollution prevention and watershed stewardship. EBMUD offers classroom materials in English and Spanish at three grade levels. We also offers limited outdoor classroom programs from November to April.
EBMUD provides student and teacher workbooks for free to public and private schools in EBMUD's service area, in parts of Contra Costa and Alameda counties and near EBMUD's Sierra foothills facilities within Amador and Calaveras counties, Lodi and Linden.
EBMUD has workbooks designed for K-2, 3rd-6th and 7th-12th grades. The workbooks can be tied to state curriculum guidelines.
Ranger-Naturalists host local classrooms for creek restoration, reforestation and natural history programs.
EBMUD offers resources to help schools, colleges and universities reduce water pollution.
EBMUD helps community organizations fund publicly accessible gardens and urban farm projects that demonstrate water conservation principles.
LeakyTown is a free online game about saving water and protecting the environment.
Michelle Blackwell, Community Affairs Representative II
Phone: (510) 287-2053