Learn all about the river marking the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico. From its explorer's journal to its descriptions of habitats and wide range of activities, it’s a great teaching tool in any language. Learn More
Activity from the Discover Floods Educators Guide.
Using simulated water-management challenges, eight students, representing eight different water users, must safely carry a water container "downstream” to the next community of water users on the “river.” During a flood event, students identify individuals and organizations that must cooperate within their community. Learn More
This engaging, informative Educators Guide provides detailed background information about the Colorado Watershed. Its reference section contains 25 science-based, multidisciplinary, hands-on activities that teach about hydrology, geography, geology, ecology, tribes, history, cultures, economics, management issues and resource stewardship. Learn More
Flowing through three states—Wyoming, Montana and North Dakota—and a headwater tributary of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, the Yellowstone River is the longest undammed river in the continental United States. Learn More