Public Education Materials - Water Quality
|This is the new table top display. Call SWMPC to borrow it! Click to see larger picture.|
Through the Public Education Program of the Phase II Stormwater Program, SWMPC has developed several fact sheets, news articles and other items that can be utilized. Please feel free to download and reproduce these materials. The items below can be used by anyone, but were developed by the Southwest Michigan Planning Commission to satisfy the Stormwater NPDES permit for Berrien and Cass County's communities.
SWMPC has a new table top display that your municipality or organization may borrow to set up in a public place such as a city or township hall, library, community festival, etc. Call (269) 925-1137 x1525 to reserve the display for your next function or meeting.
These resources were created with funding by the
Southwest Michigan Water Quality Partnership
To learn more about click here!
Click play below to hear radio ads on ways to help improve water quality! These ads were played on 97.5 FM. You can put these ads on your website or use on a telephone waiting system. Contact Marcy for the audio file at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Septic System Ad
Rain Garden Ad
Lawn Care Ad
Below are six fact sheets on what you can do to protect water quality. If you need copies of these fact sheets, please contact Marcy at (269)925-1137 x1525.
Fact Sheet #3 - Land Protection and Water Quality
Fact Sheet #4 - Lawn Care and Water Quality
View a power point presentation on 7 Steps to Cleaner Water
View a power point presentation on Water in Southwest Michigan: Protecting and Improving.
If your municipality or group would like to have someone give this presentation at an upcoming meeting, please call Marcy at (269) 925-1137 x1525.
Stormwater Management Resources
The following news articles can be reproduced in your community or organization's newsletter:
Need to incorporate something small into a mailing, try using our postcards as an effective means of disseminating information to citizens about protecting our area water quality: