Watershed Education by Bike (WEB), funded by the William Penn Foundation, focuses on improving the connection between students and their environment. Through afterschool lessons, integrated classroom programs and bike rides along the Circuit Trail, students are able to interact with the environment in a purposeful and significant way.

We aim to create environmentally aware citizens who cultivate ownership over their environment.

Program Details

WEB takes place in different partner schools and Before and After School Enrichment (BASE) sites throughout the year in the Camden and Palmyra. We have a variety of lessons that include crafts, gym games, interactive diagrams and much more!

Kids in grades 2 - 8 can participate in riding and learning events designed to teach them how different factors affect the watershed and ecosystem, and consequently, their own lives. In the summer, the program transforms into a day camp, with rides increasing in length from their after-school counterparts. This is a free program for all participants. Bikes are provided.

How to get involved!

Registration is offered through participating schools and after-school programs. If WEB is not currently offered at your school, please reach out to your school administrators and ask them to contact us!

Employment and volunteer opportunities are available at all our WEB sites.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions that are not answered here? Reach out to our WEB program coordinators, Ivy Dingle or Rebecca Rubino for more info.

Watersheds are responsible for all the water we use, so it’s important we know how our water supply is affected by our environmental interactions.

Not all programs will include a biking component. However, the programs that do will teach bike safety.

Registration for WEB is open until one week prior to the start of the upcoming contracted program.

No, but we highly recommend students participate in every session of WEB. 

 If your school or organization is not a partner yet, let's connect! Reach out to use using the link below.

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