This is the official site for Carolina Clear, a comprehensive approach developed by Clemson University to inform and educate communities about water quality, water quantity and the cumulative effects of stormwater.
Friends of Lake Keowee Society or FOLKS was established in 1993 to focus attention on the importance of Lake Keowee and its watershed to the economic and recreational well-being of upstate SC.
Bird and nature fans throughout North America are invited to join tens of thousands of everyday bird watchers for the annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). Participants count birds and report their sightings online at www.birdcount.org. It's a great example of citizen science: Anyone who can identify even a few species can contribute to the body of knowledge that is used to inform conservation efforts to protect birds and biodiversity, said Audubon Education VP, Judy Braus. Families, teachers, children and all those who take part in GBBC get a chance to improve their observation skills, enjoy nature, and have a great time counting for fun, counting for the future. Anyone can take part, from novice bird watchers to experts, by counting birds for as little as 15 minutes (or as long as they wish) on one or more days of the event and reporting their sightings online.
If any of you are interested in conducting (or currently conducting) any programs or have clubs related to
• Renewable and nonrenewable resources
• Energy conservation
• Energy efficiency
you might want to check out this site from Alabama 4-H. It has some excellent teaching guides and resources.