With the increase amount of school, workplace, library, and community space closures, you might be looking for some ideas to pass the time with your children. Here are some water-based/ STEM activities to pass the time while learning about water. Go on a water scavenger hunt! Using the image below, make a checklist or take … Continue reading Water-Based Distance Learning Activities
Are you looking for a local stewardship opportunity? Do you enjoy picking up trash or water quality monitoring? If so, you should join NC Stream Watch! NC Stream Watch is a state-wide community science engagement program created by North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ). NC Stream Watch showcases the wide diversity of watersheds across … Continue reading Stream Stewardship Opportunity: Join NC Stream Watch!
CWEP AmeriCorps member Hannah has been hard at work developing stormwater/ watershed curriculum geared towards high school students for direct education visits in member communities. Based on an Environmental Justice timeline activity she did at the National Environmental Justice Conference in Washington D.C., Hannah developed a "History of the Neuse River" timeline. During this interactive … Continue reading Traveling Back in time on the Neuse River
We finished up our Outreach and Education for the Fiscal Year 2019- and what a year it has been!! We interacted with over 3,000 individuals in CWEP regions over the course of the previous ten months on all things stormwater. A total of 146 hours were spent administering, leading, or aiding in programs across the … Continue reading And That’s a Wrap! FY 2019 Highlights
Fayetteville and Nashville joined the Clean Water Education Partnership on July 1st, and we are excited to have them! Shauna Haslem is the contact for Fayetteville and Julie Spriggs is the contact for Nashville. Existing members, take a moment to welcome them and swap stormwater ideas! Shauna Haslem is the Public Information Specialist/Stormwater Educator for … Continue reading New CWEP Members: Fayetteville and Nashville
It's that time of year again! We're starting the search of our new AmeriCorps Service Member for the 2019-2020 term. Gain experience planning and leading stormwater education programs and engaging 37 communities in environmental stewardship! This is also a great opportunity to see the inner workings of local government, meet people, and learn new skills … Continue reading Calling all Watershed Educators!
With Earth day around this corner, CWEP is ramping up direct education efforts this week and we have a lot in store for our members! Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22. Worldwide, various events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day now includes events … Continue reading How is CWEP celebrating Earth Day this Year?
Earlier this month, CWEP kicked off the Spring one click give-away digital campaign. Through partnership with Spectrum, our aired 30 second PSA video will re direct traffic to our website. This is a great incentive for environmentally-minded viewers to learn more about how to keep our waters clean and safe by heading to our website … Continue reading CWEP’s Stormwater Education Campaign Giveaway!
January and February have been very eventful months for CWEP! From Steering Committee meetings to Creek Week meetings to library, school, scout, STEM, and festival programs, CWEP has done it all- and we are on track to meet our goal of reaching all members before the end of June! First, we had our quarterly Steering … Continue reading Eventful Months for CWEP!
We are very excited to release our new animated stormwater video that we've been working hard on over the last few months! This 30-second version of our full-length video will be shown in theaters across the region this holiday season, so tell your friends: If you're headed to the movies between December 15th and 29th, … Continue reading New CWEP Stormwater Video Heading to a Theater Near You this December!