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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.
The Watershed Stewardship Program promotes respect for our environment by educating the community about the connection between behavior and water quality.
We promote respect for our environment by educating the community about the connection between behavior and water quality.
Watch episodes of Eco-Logical, student PSA announcements, and other informative videos.
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.
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.