Have you ever thought, “I care about the environment, but I’m just one person! What can I possibly do to help the plants and animals in my community?” Then learn about one of the Environmental Protection Agency’s key tools for educating citizens: its “How’s My Waterway” webcast today, Jan. 20, from 1-2:30 p.m.
“How’s My Waterway” is most frequently used by students and educators at all grade levels and capabilities. Teachers and after-school programs have built curricula around using the tool to help children explore their local waters and learn how they can become environmental stewards. “How’s My Waterway” is also frequently accessed by the public, including concerned citizens, watershed organizations, non-profits, realtors, volunteer monitoring groups, decision makers and many others. You, too, can become a regular user of “How’s My Waterway”!
Learn all about “How’s My Waterway” and to generate some ideas about how you can implement watershed health into your environmental advocacy plan. Your streams and creeks will thank you!
Register to attend the webcast here.