Storm Water Program - Public Education and Outreach
The contents of these Websites and documents do not necessarily reflect the view and policies of the State Water Resources Control Board, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
- Phase II Public Education and Outreach Fact Sheet,
Environmental Protection Agency
This fact sheet outlines the Phase II final Rule requirements and profiles the Public Education and Outreach minimum control measure by offering some general guidance.
USEPA, National Governors Association, State, Local Governments et. al.
Provides several sections of community-specific environmental information at no cost to the user or taxpayer.
- Showcase of Exceptional Educational Products,
Washington State Department of Ecology
Compilation of outstanding educational material on nonpoint source pollution, from many sources, searchable by format.
- Getting in Step: A guide to Effective Outreach in Your Watershed,
The Council of State Governments
Tools for watershed groups and public agencies to develop and implement and effective outreach program.
- Watershed Pledge Program,
Whatcom County, WA
Voluntary pledge program helps residents, businesses, and institutions change their behaviors to prevent water pollution.
- WaterWise Pest Control,
City of Sacramento and University of California Master Gardener Program
Provides information on safe and effective alternatives for pest control, including integrated pest management strategies.
- Surface Water Pollution Prevention: Best Management Practices,
Seattle Public Utilities (WA)
Information on urban BMPs with emphasis on nonstructural household BMPs.
- H20 Home to Ocean,
California EPA's Department of Pesticide Regulation
Promotes safe use and disposal of pesticides in homes and gardens to protect water quality.