Education and Partnerships
Add Education to your Cleanup!
To help you educate your participants about nonpoint source pollution, Rivers Alive has compiled a list of activities you can use to reach different audiences. We want participants to understand how every individual has a role in protecting our waterways. This page provides ideas and links for water quality education activities and displays that can be done in conjunction with or as a follow-up to a Rivers Alive event.
Form Partnerships with Environmental Organizations Near You!
A directory of Georgia Environmental Education Providers can be found at EEinGeorgia.org, whose goal is to build statewide capacity for environmental education by providing EE lesson plans based on Georgia's curriculum standards, a searchable directory of Georgia's EE organizations and the resources they offer, a statewide calendar of EE events, EE news, and easy-to-access facts about Georgia's environment.