Students and Teachers K-12

It’s never too early to get involved in helping protect and preserve our planet’s soil and water.

IECA promotes early education and has created this space for you to explore science projects, events and more to help students and teachers learn more about the importance of clean soil and water.

Classroom Resources

Soil Erosion –Developed by our Southeast Chapter’s own Melanie McCaleb, and NCSU extension associate, Liz Driscoll.

Soil Solutions –A North Carolina- oriented soil curriculum, also developed by Liz Driscoll.

Additional Resources

Kickstart Your Future

Participation with IECA benefits students looking into the following fields:

  • Environmental Engineer
  • Environmental Specialist
  • Landscape Architect
  • Surveyor/Contractor
  • Mining Professional
  • Professor/Teacher
  • Project Manager
  • Manufacturing & Sales

Check out Work For Water for more opportunities for students to get involved.

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