Our Stormwater Explorers program is designed to educate students on how to be good stewards of our local and national water resources. It is designed for students in grades 6-12, but can be modified to fit younger students.
A FREE, fun-filled and educational school field trip for K-3 students. The town participates in this program via a partnership with the Water Quality Forum, a local non-profit.
Explore other town stormwater-related educational events on our events page. We host workshops and participate in a variety of educational events and opportunities via our partnership with the Water Quality Forum.
Learn even more and stay up to date on town stormwater events by following our posts on Facebook. We create and share a variety of stormwater- and wildlife-related, educational messages that range from inspirational to funny to technical. We provide something for everyone!
The town has recently embarked on a journey to become a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Community! This program has a lot of overlap with the stormwater program because healthy stormwater practices and water quality are beneficial for a variety of wildlife. Learn more about this program by visiting the town’s Wonderful Wildlife website. You can even get involved in this effort by certifying your own property!