Student and Teacher Activities

Students and Teachers the Town of Windsor wants to provide you with watershed health happenings, resources, and educational materials you can use in and out of the classroom.

Our creeks are a lovely aspect of our community and home to a wide range of aquatic and terrestrial species. We want YOU to be a part of keeping them healthy, thriving, and free of pollutants!

Russian River Watershed Association High School Video Contest 

Fame! Prize money! What’s not to love about the annual Russian River Watershed High School video contest? This year’s theme is “Litter to Zero, Be a Water Hero!” Windsor high school students are encouraged to participate in the annual video contest. Students have the opportunity to learn and teach about environmental issues using their creative ideas and filming skills. In addition to prize money, winners have their videos shown on local public television, and between feature films in local movie theaters!  

Please click here for entry information. 

To view this year's flyer, click here

Check out past winning video's by clicking here!

Sonoma Water’s- Water Education Program 

From their website; The Water Education Program utilizes a multifaceted approach to help students learn the value of water as an important natural resource. Our programs are FREE and aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. We teach inquiry-based, exploratory science. We provide classroom visits, field trips, and curriculum materials for teachers and their students. Our goal is for students to become environmental stewards and informed citizens who can examine the world through an inquisitive, scientific lens.

Please click here to learn more! 

Adopt a Creek Program 

The Adopt a Creek Program with Sonoma Water is a great way for middle and high school students to learn more about the Russian River Watershed and its local tributaries! The program teaches basic stream ecology, storm water pollution prevention, water quality requirements for salmonids and much more!  

For more information, click

Feelin' artsy? Give this a Print!