This page contains content that your municipality can use in its outreach efforts, in partial fulfillment of your MS4 Public Education and Outreach (MCM 1) and Public Participation and Involvement (MCM 2) obligations.
Please feel free to paste the content below into Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platform. A document containing all these posts in MS Word format is available for download [here].
|Media (right-click to copy)||Rain gardens|
|Is your home or yard constantly flooding? Try Planting a Rain garden!|
Rain gardens are similar to ordinary gardens — except they’re dug deeper and incorporate a mixture of soil, sand, and compost. They act as a sponge to soak up excess water in your yard during rain storms. To find out more, visit https://cwmp.org/homeowner_resources/ or download this free app for tips on how to plant rain gardens! https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rain-garden/id588712983
|Media (right-click to copy)||Farmers|
|Attention all farmers!|
Check out : A Farmer's Guide for Healthy Communities (https://cwmp.org/wp-content/uploads/PublicResources/Green Guide AG farmer_guide.pdf) to learn more about what you can do to help to ensure clean water and healthy watersheds.
Also, check out www.cwmp.org/farmer_resources
|Media (right-click to copy)||Lawn care|
|Healthy Lawn Care Practices [video]||Be fertilizer and pesticide smart!|
Check out this video with tips on greenscaping and how to keep your lawn environmentally friendly!
|Media (right-click to copy)||Small home projects|
|Thinking about remodeling your home?
Learn about stormwater requirements and best stormwater management practices to help protect your local streams.
|Media (right-click to copy)||Plant trees|
|Planting trees has been shown to not only reduce stormwater runoff, but also to reduce temperatures during summer months, improve air quality, sequester carbon, and add value to a property or neighborhood.
If you are thinking about planting trees around your home check out: www.cwmp.org/homeowner_resources