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, 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.