Education Resources for Washington County Classes/Groups
One Water Cycle Website
Use our interactive website to follow the many paths our water can take from the rain, through pipe systems, treatment facilities and back to the environment to be used again. No matter where it flows all water has been used before and will be used again.
River Rangers Outside the Tualatin River Watershed
Bring River Rangers to Your Area
The River Ranger program is designed to be presented by environmental educators to inform the public (children and adults) about how they impact water quality through their use of sewer and storm systems.
The presentation and activity book are designed to provide the fundamentals of clean water in a manner that incorporates active group and individual participation as well as take home activities.
Generic program materials are available for groups to share information in any area.
The program consists of a set of 15 posters that aid in telling the story of water as it travels through our homes and into the treatment facility and finally into the rivers and streams. In conjunction with the posters, activity packages consisting of booklets and magnets for the students are available in units of 250. A 30-minute training video is also available to assist with preparation for presentation of the program.
River Rangers Materials
|River Rangers Materials||Cost|
|One set of 15 Full-Color Laminated Posters||$ 420.00|
|Activity Package: 250 activity packets. Each includes a booklet and magnet.||Qty 1-3: $325.00 Ea.|
Qty 4+: $300.00 Ea.
|30-Minute Training Video||$10.00|
Download an order form (PDF).
To request more information, contact Ely O’Connor at 503.681.4463.