Are you interested in citizen science and volunteer water quality monitoring? The new SC Adopt-a-Stream program is for you! This hands-on program allows citizens to get in touch and learn about their local waterways. Certified volunteers learn all about the chemical, bacterial, and biological components of streams.
Want to make your yard better for the environment and easier to care for? Turn your yard into a certified Carolina Yard! Carolina yards is a resource and recognition program for homeowners like you who care about the making the world a greener place. Participating is easy! Go to www.clemson.edu/cy to learn more.
Interested in a presentation on stormwater pollution prevention for your organization?
We offer educational programs for children, adults, and technical audiences, including schools, scout troops, homeowners associations, garden clubs, and water quality interest groups. There is no charge for programs. If you are interested, please call Karen Jackson at 803-865-1216 ext. 116, or send an email to email@example.com.
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2018 Green Steps Rain Garden Grant
Is your school interested in helping manage stormwater runoff while also creating habitat for wildlife? Do you have erosion issues or bare spots that could use a bit of a touch up? If so, consider applying for our 2018 Green Steps Rain Garden Grant! Rain gardens are a great way to manage stormwater runoff while also helping students learn about water quality, wildlife, and what we can to do keep our water healthy and clean. Check out the application for more information!
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