Projects for Students and Teachers

Stream Monitoring Projects that teach students about non-point source pollution can be applied to core science and math standards. Through research programs, monitoring and understanding the effects of pollutants, students gain knowledge they can use in their lives and to teach others. Learning about non-point source pollution is the first step to making important changes that will effect the environment.

Check out the following links for educational projects and resources:
Stony Brook Milestone Watershed Association

Potomac Highlands School of Water Resources


Pollution Sources:
Automobile
Residents
Agriculture
Urban
Construction
Businesses
Storm Drains

Information:
Salt Lake
Research
Recycle
Partnerships


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