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Follow the Watershed Stewardship Program on social media!

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The WSP provides ecological education programs that teach community members about the sources and impacts of water pollution and what individuals can do to protect rivers, lakes and streams.

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The Watershed Stewardship Program promotes respect for our environment by educating the community about the connection between behavior and water quality.

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We promote respect for our environment by educating the community about the connection between behavior and water quality.

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Watch episodes of Eco-Logical, student PSA announcements, and other informative videos.

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Read Our Rain Garden Blog

Rain gardens work by capturing run-off from your roof or driveway and diverting it to gardens and low-lying areas to slowly soak into the soil. If you would like to see a rain garden in action, please visit the Cobb County Water Quality Laboratory in Marietta where we have created a rain garden demonstration site. The content of this blog focuses on this garden location.

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There are plenty of ways you can make a difference. Volunteer with other Watershed Stewards across Cobb County in a fun, hands-on projects that help improve the health and ecological literacy of our community.