Our education program reaches nearly 20,000 students each year, and has won two national awards: The Water Environment Federation (WEF) Public Education and Outreach Award and the National Association of Clean Water Advocates (NACWA) award for Public Information and Education.   

Read more about our awesome programs below, or just sign up right here for:

Puppet Show (grades pre-K to 1st)  •  In-Class Activity (grades 1-3, and 5-12)    4th Grade Trip to the River  •  Reclamation Tour (5th grade & up!)

In-person learning opportunities include:

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Online learning opportunities include:

Jeff Tuttle is the education coordinator and is glad to help get kids out to the Bosque and participate in the other excellent programs that Water Utility Authority brings to the community.

Byron McMillan is passionate about indigeneity, becoming of the place you live. He believes there is no better way to do this than for all kids of the Greater Albuquerque area, our future leaders, to understand how we get our water, and to experience the Rio Grande and the Bosque ecosystem for themselves.

An environmental educator and advocate for learning through play and self-exploration, Monika Skiba values nature as the best classroom and teacher and loves guiding kids to find a connection with the precious environment that surrounds us!

As a Water Resources Educator, Rhea Trotman enjoys sharing her love of nature and knowledge of sustainable practices with our next generation of Environmental Stewards.

As a fourth generation New Mexican, Ellie Collister loves the opportunity to inspire students about their impact on New Mexico’s environment in an outdoor classroom.

Questions? For additional information and scheduling, contact Jeff Tuttle at jtuttle@abcwua.org or call 505-804-6705.