other Water-Education resources
The Montana Environmental Training Center is a training organization whose goals are to provide a base for state training coordination, to develop and implement effective training, and to provide technical guidance for water and wastewater operators and other environmental and public health professionals. These goals contribute to preserving the large public investment in water and wastewater systems and to protecting and improving the quality of Montana's environment.
The Montana State University Extension Water Quality program works to address the broad spectrum of water quality education and information needs of a diverse audience throughout Montana and its neighboring states through research, extension education, and outreach.
The Water Resources Minor is designed to encourage undergraduate university students from any discipline to explore water resources beyond coursework in their major. The minor is administered by the Water Resources Committee (WRM) under the guidance of the Montana Institute on Ecosystems.
The Watershed Institute provides for systematic outreach and professional development for watershed coordinators and others in search of affordable trainings that are relevant to protecting our state's waters.