Resources for Educators
In this section you will find information, tools and activities to help you learn and/or teach others about stormwater, streams and lakes.
The UNC-TV lesson below uses entertaining video segments and interactive components to define and describes the water cycle and watersheds, and also features information on both the importance of watershed management, and strategies on how best to take care of local watersheds.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services offers a wide variety of educational presentations and interactive activities for K-12 students that can be customized for each classroom’s curriculum needs. Our Educational Opportunities listing shows what experiences we can provide.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services provides a variety of public education, public involvement and communication activities. In this section you will find information about the activities and services we provide to educate residents about stormwater, streams and lakes.
Regional Stormwater Partnership of the Carolinas
The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are
members of the Regional Stormwater Partnership of the Carolinas (RSPC); a
partnership which includes municipalities throughout the region that
collaborate on efforts to fulfill municipal stormwater permit requirements and
other stormwater issues. The RSPC provides an
opportunity to leverage limited resources to fulfill common needs of the
partners. More information about the RSCP can be found at regionalstormwater.org
For more information contact:
Sharnelle G Currence
City of Charlotte, Public Information Specialist - Water Quality
Mecklenburg County, Senior Environmental Specialist