Outreach and Education

Outreach

Display Techniques that Get Results
Presentations that Get Results
Basic Design Principles
Website Tips
A Guide for Conducting Watershed Outreach Campaigns
How to Conduct a Pet Waste Outreach Campaign
Georgia River Posters

EPA's Watershed Academy has an online training module on "Getting In Step: A Guide to Conducting Watershed Outreach Campaigns." This module offers a tested step-by-step system to help local governments, watershed organizations and others maximize the effectiveness of public outreach campaigns to help solve non-point source pollution problems and protect local waterways. The module is based on EPA's free, downloadable outreach guide "Getting in Step: Guide for Conducting Watershed Outreach Campaigns."

Water Words That Work is a web video series that provides custom-tailored communications advice for nature protection and pollution control experts.


RiverSmart Campaign

RiverSmart is a public education campaign to raise public awareness of the issues that threaten our rivers and drinking supply. The goal is to help people change some of their simple, everyday behavior.


Education Resources

Georgia Adopt-A-Stream - Georgia's Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program
Project Wet - Water Education for Teachers -- Classroom-ready teaching aids
Environmental Education Alliance - Professional environmental education and networking association.
Chattahoochee Nature Center - Nature Center in Roswell
RiversAlive - Georgia's Annual Volunteer Clean-Up
River of Words - Connecting kids to their watersheds through poetry and art.
EPA - Resources for kids and teachers, K-12.
GREEN Global Rivers Environmental Education Network - A river monitoring program for schools.
National Geographic Course for Teachers Grade 4-8
Groundwater and Drinking Water - An Expert Guide for Kids