Handouts from US EPA
- Streams in the City
Facts and information on water in an urban area
- Stop Pointless Personal Pollution
Information on how everyday chores can harm the streams and lakes
- Nonpoint Source Pointers Fact Sheets
Provides 11 pointers with background information on nonpoint source pollution and managing techniques
Storm Drain Stencils, Recycling, & Nonnative Plant Species Information
- Almetek Storm Drain Markers
- Educational das Curb Markers
- Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle: Environmental Education Resources
- Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council
Bring awareness to nonnative plant species
Invite an Environmental Education Organization
To locate a directory of Georgia Environmental Education Providers and other environmental education material, visit Environmental Education in Georgia.
Invite a coordinator from Georgia Adopt-A-Stream, Rivers Alive's parent program, to talk about nonpoint source pollution and their volunteer water-monitoring program. Adopt-A-Stream encourages individuals and communities to monitor and/or improve sections of streams, wetlands, lakes or estuaries. Manuals, training, and technical support are provided through Georgia EPD and more than 50 established local Adopt-A-Stream organizers.