|http://eelink.net/pages/EE-Link+Introduction - Environmental Education Resources on the Internet is your link to information, resources and events concerning environmental education.
- Florida Yards and Neighborhoods website provides information on
teaching homeowners how to responsibly care for their yards to minimize
nonpoint source pollution and save water.
http://www.fws.gov/digitalmedia - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's online collection of public
domain still photographs. The National Image Library contains still
photo images of wildlife, plants, National Wildlife Refuges and
other scenics, as well as wildlife management work.
- Discovery School. Kathy Schrock's guide for educators.
- The Whyfiles, science behind the news.
- Adopt-a-Watershed contains information and ideas for educating
K-12 students on watershed protection.
- Advanced Technology Environmental Education Center
http://www.nationalpete.org/- The Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE)
- American Water Resources Association is a source for publications
and conferences on water quality.
- Alameda County Clean Water Program. Excellent example program.
- Enviroinfo's List of Environmental Periodicals
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/secretary/ed/publications/pubs_list.htm- A list of all the environmental education publications from
Earthwater Stencils is an excellent source for stormdrain stencils
and other p2 education information.
Washington State Stormwater Manual contains numerous BMPs,
several of which may work locally or be of interest to those working
in stormwater. The website also includes a bibliography of Dept.
of Ecology publications.
- The Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) is
the national training program of the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency's (EPA)Office of Environmental Education established through
the National EE Act of 1990.
- Eisenhower National Clearinghouse is a source for students and
teachers for environmental education.
- The EnviroLink Network is a non-profit organization which has
been providing access to thousands of online environmental resources
- The Environmental Literacy Council has a panel of expert advisors
provide practical teaching resources in a wide variety of projects,
available both in print and online.
http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/index.htm- A Resource Guide of Solid Waste Educational Materials developed
by the EPA.
- Nonpoint Source News-Notes Newsletter
- US EPA NonPoint Source Pollution homepage.
- EPA posting of updated TMDL information.
http://www.epa.gov/owow/watershed/wacademy/wsatrain.html- An inventory of watershed training courses; site maintained
by the EPA.
http://www.estuaries.gov/estuaries101/EstuaryLive/Home.aspx- At EstuaryLive an entire electronic field trip, live video
pages and links pages are accessed free of charge.
- The Florida Center for Community Design and Research assists Florida
communities in solving various types of urban design and planning
Florida Stormwater Association (FSA). FSA provides three basic services
to its membership: training and education; information sharing and
technical assistance; and advocacy and legislative relations.
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/cmp/- The Florida Coastal Management Program is based on a network
of agencies implementing 24 statutes that protect and enhance the
state's natural, cultural and economic coastal resources. The goal
of the program is to coordinate local, state and federal agency
activities using existing laws to ensure that Florida's coast is
as valuable to future generations as it is today.
STOPPP is an acronym for the San Mateo Countywide STOrmwater Pollution
- The Florida Pollution Prevention Roundtable is a not-for-profit
corporation whose mission is to establish a forum for identifying,
coordinating, and promoting pollution prevention activities and
resources throughout the State of Florida.
Stormwater Professional periodical. Good BMP information.
- GreenWorks.tv is home to the world's largest collection of online
environmental videos and other educational resources.
- University of Florida/ Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
- The Izaak Walton League of America
http://www.drippytheraindrop.com/- The many adventures of Drippy the raindrop. Story explains
the life of stormwater.
- City of Los Angeles Stormwater Program. Excellent example program,
tons of resources!
http://www.lid-stormwater.net/site_map.htm- Low Impact Development (LID) is an innovative stormwater management
approach with a basic principle that is modeled after nature: manage
rainfall at the source using uniformly distributed decentralized
micro-scale controls. LID's goal is to mimic a site's predevelopment
hydrology by using design techniques that infiltrate, filter, store,
evaporate, and detain runoff close to its source.
- The Metropolitan Environmental Training Alliance (METRA) is a
not for profit environmental partnership whose objective is to provide
little or no cost professional environmental education to the Central
Florida small business community and local government agencies.
- The Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange (P2Rx) is a consortium
of eight regional pollution prevention information centers, funded
in part through grants from EPA. These centers all provide pollution
prevention information, networking opportunities and other services
to States, local governments and technical assistance providers
in their region.
- Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center ... the
Northwest's leading resource for promoting a cleaner environment
through pollution prevention. PPRC provides high quality, unbiased
information, facilitates information exchange, and catalyzes pollution
http://www.stormwatercenter.net/ - The Center for Watershed
Protection created the Stormwater Managers Resource Center
website to provide all the necessary resources and information for
stormwater program development.
- Tampa Bay Watch
- University of Florida TREEO Center
- The Environmental Resources Center (ERC) providing information
and support on environmental issues.
- Give Water A Hand is national watershed education program
designed to involve young people in local environmental service
- The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council's mission is to protect
and enhance water quality in Northern Michigan.