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Field Trips

Overview

Field Trips

The 2018/2019 tour season is completely booked at this time.

To be added to the waiting list, please email Ailene Earl, earla@emwd.org and include the number of classes, students, teachers, and grade level.

EMWD began scheduling tours for the 2018/2019 school year on September 1, 2017 and the schedule is now completely booked.

EMWD’s Water Education program offers field trips for students in grade levels 3-12 from the 11 school districts and private schools within Eastern’s service area.  The three-hour tours are limited to a maximum of 35 students with a requirement of four chaperones and one teacher.  All teachers (new and returning) are required to attend and stay for a 90 minute field trip workshop

We began scheduling tours for the 2018/2019 school year on September 1, 2017 and we are completely booked at this time.

To reserve a tour for the 2019/2020 school year, email Ailene Earl, earla@emwd.org on (or after) September 1, 2018.  The schedule fills up quickly, so be prompt with your email.  Requests will not be accepted prior to September 1, 2018.

For more information about the tour program, contact Public Affairs Officer, Education, Malea Ortloff at: (951) 928-3777 Ext. 4405 or email ortloffm@emwd.org.

Available Tour (tours are completely booked for the 2018/2019 school year):

Hemet/San Jacinto Water Reclamation Facility - For more information on other programs offered by EMWD’s education department contact Malea Ortloff, Education Specialist at (951) 928-3777, ext. 4405 or email ortloffm@emwd.org.

Preparing for the Tour
In preparation for a great field trip, view our  EMWD Tour Guidelines.

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Bird Walks

Bird Walks

Join EMWD for a Bird Walk and share the opportunity to view hundreds of ibises, egrets, blackbirds and many other migratory and resident birds in their natural habitat at the EMWD Wetlands.

Located on the grounds of the San Jacinto Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility, the multi-purpose constructed wetlands “polishes” recycled water before it is distributed to nearby farms, dairies and the San Jacinto Wildlife Area for irrigation and additional environmental uses.

Bird Walks are hosted on the fourth Saturday of each month, October through April.

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