Capture It! Enter Raleigh’s Annual Stormwater Arts Contest

Are you or someone you know a creative Raleigh student? Help us spread the word about the City of Raleigh's annual stormwater arts contest! By entering this contest, students explore the powerful intersections of art, messaging, stormwater education, and community engagement. Winners receive a $500 prize and recognition as a 2020 Raleigh Environmental Award Winner.  Who: … Continue reading Capture It! Enter Raleigh’s Annual Stormwater Arts Contest

New CWEP Stormwater Video Heading to a Theater Near You this December!

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!

Spotlight on Zebulon – Stormwater Program of the Month!

Each month we will be featuring the outstanding work that our CWEP Partners are doing to keep our stormwater clean around the region and in your communities. This month we're focusing on Zebulon and how they've worked hard over the last few years to grow their program and educate their citizens on the importance of … Continue reading Spotlight on Zebulon – Stormwater Program of the Month!

There’s More Than One Way to Cut a Turkey: Alternative Methods of Grease Disposal

Did you know that between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, Americans create 25% more waste than during the rest of the year? Yikes. That's a lot of waste. And much of that waste comes from cooking, especially grease and fat from our favorite holiday turkeys and hams. As we learned in last week's blog post, … Continue reading There’s More Than One Way to Cut a Turkey: Alternative Methods of Grease Disposal

The Importance of Infrastructure in the face of Natural Disasters

Continuing with our lead-up to "Imagine a Day Without Water", this post focuses on the recent disaster-related impacts of failing infrastructure from Hurricanes Maria and Irma, some of the most powerful storms to hit the United States in many years. There is currently a capital need of $123 billion per year to close the gap … Continue reading The Importance of Infrastructure in the face of Natural Disasters