We can all work together to reduce nutrient pollution in our communities. You
can find out more about your local watershed, volunteer with local watershed groups, become involved and spread the word.
- Monitoring and Assessing Water Quality – Volunteer Monitoring
This page has EPA resources and links to information about volunteer water quality monitoring.
- Non-point Source Outreach Toolbox
The toolbox contains a variety of resources to help develop an effective and targeted outreach campaign.
- Create a Wildlife Habitat in your Backyard, Workplace or Schoolyard. Certify your backyard or schoolyard as part of the National Wildlife Federation’s Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program or Schoolyard Habitat Program EXIT.
- Sponsor a watershed festival in your community to raise awareness about the importance of watershed protection. Find out how to get involved in or start planning your own monitoring event using the Water Environment Federation’s World Wide Monitoring Day Web site EXIT.
- Visit EPA’s Watershed Central Wiki
- Find information about local watershed groups, case studies and other tools to reduce nutrient pollution in your community.