Top > Professional Development > Stormwater Stewardship at Home and in the Classroom

Stormwater Stewardship at Home and in the Classroom

by , posted on 9:30 AM, March 30, 2021
Join us on Tuesday, April 6 from 6-7pm CST for an introduction to CGEE's Adopt-a-Drain learning and stewardship resources for schools and families.
CGEE%2bheader%2b2017.png

 

From CGEE:

Join us on Tuesday, April 6 from 6-7pm CST for an introduction to CGEE's Adopt-a-Drain learning and stewardship resources for schools and families. The online Adopt-a-Drain Interactive program introduces the natural and man-made systems that enable water to flow through our communities, how pollution happens and how adopting a storm drain is key to cleaner waterways. Presenters: Jana Larson, Adopt-a-Drain Program Director, and John Shepard, Assistant Director at the Center for Global Environmental Education.

Adopt-a-Drain is the perfect Earth Day stewardship project for classrooms, students, individuals and families! Learn how to prevent damage to lakes, rivers and streams from runoff pollution in your local neighborhood, and how to bring stormwater stewardship into the classroom with Adopt-a-Drain Interactives engaging multimedia activities for learners.

More Information and Registration