Conducts assessment and evaluation of watershed study curriculum.
Introduces new STEM-based eutrophication exhibit and classroom curriculum into the Clean Water Mobile Learning Center program.
Clean Water Mobile Learning Center embarks on a multi-city tour of southern U.S. cities promoting watershed management in support of National Public Lands Day, reaching 6,000+ students.
Public Mural restoration, Whaling Wall Number 29, Humpbacks Off of the Pali Coast, on Kuhio Highway on the island of Kauai.
Wyland creates mural dedicated to Hawaii’s endangered marine life at IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawaii.
Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation generates pledges from residents on 3,800+ cities to save over 2 billion gallons of water.
4,000 students in 37 states take part in Wyland Art and Classroom Mural contest to explore the importance of marine conservation.
Foundation sponsors ongoing clean up of Laguna Beach storm channel.
Wyland travels to the Phoenix Islands with Dr. Greg Stone of Conservation International to assess effects of rising sea levels on island nations.
Launches Wyland World Water Pledge – a ten-year global campaign for water conservation, 2015-2025, to carry on the efforts of the United Nations International Decade for Water.