Learning Center

Learning Center

The IRWD Learning Center is designed to be a dedicated facility for water education in our community. The Center features two state-of-the-art classrooms and a patio that can be utilized as an outdoor learning facility.

Throughout the year the Center houses not only IRWD’s education programs but also our resident tours, community events, and Project Wet teacher training classes. Additionally, the Learning Center is home to various environmental education programs hosted by the Sea and Sage Audubon Society including Audubon Outdoor Adventures science program, nature day walks, bat tours, group tours, birding classes, Seasons of Nature walks, and more. The location at the San Joaquin Marsh provides a wide variety teaching opportunities utilizing IRWD’s Natural Treatment System, the Butterfly Garden and the San Diego Creek. 

This facility is also available for community educational events and classes.  Please contact us at info@irwd.com for further information.

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