North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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Citizen Resources
What is Stormwater
Resident’s Guide to Water Quality
What is a Watershed?
What is NSP Stormwater Pollution?


Helping in The Household
Build a Raingarden!
Buffer Rules & Private Property
Household Tips
Managing Stormwater at Home
Pet Waste Pollutes
Pooper Scooper Directory
Rain Garden Design Templates

Recipes for Alternative Household Products (Espanol)

Organizations
The following organizations focus on polluted runoff issues, solutions, and information
Dale Earnhardt Legacy Forest ($10/tree)
DENR
NC Big Sweep
Home-A-Syst

Stormwater and Your Health
Find out how polluted runoff can have effects on your health
NC Recreational Water Monitoring
Recreational Water Illness

Kids Corner
Here are some great sites about polluted runoff for kids
Stormwater & You (PDF)
Bookmark – 10 Things You Can Do To Prevent Runoff Pollution (Espanol)
Can You Find the Pollution?
Discover Your Ecological Address
Drinking & Groundwater Activities (K-12)
Erosion & Pet Waste - Flash Videos
Harvesting Rain With A Cistern
Interactive Water Pollution Story
Non-Point Source Kid's Page (PDF)
Pollution Solution Workbook
River Basin Maps
Take The River Basin Quiz

Teachers
Stormwater resources to use in the classroom
2007 Youth Garden Grants
Atlanta Regional
Discover Stormwater
Drinking & Groundwater Activities (K-12)
Envirothon Community Service Learning Projects (Middle & High School)
It’s Our Water (High School)
Love-A-Tree
Office of EE
Order A Free Stormwater Video
Outdoor Classroom Grant Program (3x yearly reviews)
Pisgah Forest Institute
Polluted Runoff In Your Yard!
San Diego - Think Blue
Stormwater and Shellfish
Stormwater Management from a Watershed Perspective (videostream)
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NCDENR, Division of Water Quality

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