4-H2O is a youth education program that has been held annually across the state for more than 12 years. It is a water-based science camp that runs in more than 15 counties across South Carolina, allowing students an opportunity to learn and experience this state’s water resources first-hand.
Certified Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Inspector (CEPSCI) Program educates field personnel on the proper installation, maintenance and inspection of erosion prevention and sediment control measures at construction sites. Preventing sediment-laden runoff not only protects our rivers, creeks and streams, but it is also a trademark of a quality construction project.
Carolina Clear is a comprehensive approach developed by Clemson University to inform and educate communities about water quality, water quantity, and the cumulative effects of stormwater. Carolina Clear addresses the special significance of South Carolina's water resources and the role they play in the state's economy, environmental health, and overall quality of life.Stormwater is the leading threat to water quality, and it is recognized that control of such pollution is most effectively implemented when people and organizations understand its impacts, its sources, and the actions each individual can take to minimize their contribution to stormwater.