Waters to the Sea, Guadalupe River
is a GBRA funded rich, interactive, multimedia educational program, produced by the Center for Global Environmental Education at Hamline University. Waters to the Sea explores essential concepts about the Guadalupe River and its watershed, following a unique design that uses regionally specific historical characters, stories, images, and video to educate users. Available only online, Waters to the Sea brings to life the region’s environmental history and explores the relationship between human activities and the Guadalupe’s waters and ecological resources. This program will enhance social studies and science investigations primarily for grade 7, but there are opportunities for use in grades 6 and 8 as well as Environmental Systems classes at the high school level.