Community groups, large and small seeking to engage members in environmental action
STEAM education and community citizenship for future environmental stewards
Cities, large and small seeking to creatively address MS4 public outreach and education.
Art painted on storm drains draws awareness to the dangers of pollutants in our waterways. We wouldn't put litter, oil from cars or lawn fertilizer in our mouths, so we shouldn't put them in the River's mouth.
Collecting roof runoff in rain barrels reduces the amount of water that flows from your property and helps stop water pollutants from flowing into local waterways.
Watershed Murals & Maps help us understand the geographical landscape of our waterbodies and their tributaries, native flora and fauna that are part our natural and built human habitat.
Streets can Teach with inspirational environmental messages that invite the public to participate in local sustainable practices. Banners can be used on construction fencing, building facades or as festival or event decoration and signage.
Crosswalks & Storm Drain painting engage the public in School Zone Art projects to increase public awareness about our connectedness to waterways while contributing to community beatification and school zone traffic safety.
School & Community assembly presentations introduce Runoff Art and Watershed Education to school and community audiences, reinforcing the main goals of the program with an educational visual, musical interactive experience!
Science lessons, activities, tools to make learning about our connectedness and impact on human and marine habitats.
Storm Drain Art raises awareness that our local waters need to be protected from the pollutants that flow into storm drains.
Do you write original music or poetry? Runoff Art is creating a roster of talented writers and performers for our school and community presentations.
Lots of Fish is engaging the public in an attractive art project and interactive QR and GIS map technologies as a creative and innovative approach to public outreach and education to meet their MS4 requirements.