Too close for comfort!
The Meyers Project is pleased to announce that in cooperation with our community partner the Big Fresno Fair, we will be able to offer every student who visits our facility a ticket for admission to next year’s fair.
For the last two years the Meyers Project has been involved with the Fair Education Program helping to expose over 20,000 students to water, wildlife, and agricultural topics. Now for those students who take part in the learning process at our Project we can help send them to the Fair to take advantage of the educational opportunities provided and have a bit of fun as well!
The Meyers Water Bank and Wildlife Project is pleased to announce the continued availability of grant funding for the offset of transportation costs for trips to the facility. If you would like to take advantage of this program for a field trip you have scheduled (or want to schedule) you will find instructions and the signup form on the Registration page. This program is limited so please contact me quickly if you would like to participate.
Welcome to the new Meyers Water Bank and Wildlife Project website. In an effort to find an easier way to manage the website I’ve moved over to Word Press and Facebook. If you have any suggestions on content or format please drop me a line. So in the meantime, please bear with me as the site goes through the “under construction” phase.
Also, please visit us at our Facebook page
I’ve added the new California Bountiful and the older but still excellent U.S. Bureau of Reclamation articles to the site. Please take a look!
Please take notice when scheduling field trips the Meyers Project will be closed on Wednesdays from October 20rd until January 27th for duck hunting season. While public hunting is not allowed at the Meyers Project we are adjacent to lands that permit this activity and in the interest of providing a distraction-free environment for learning we will be closed during shoot days.