Join us to become an Alabama Watershed Steward!
Alabama Watershed Stewards (AWS) is a statewide science-based educational program that promotes healthy watersheds, increases understanding of water pollution, and provides the knowledge and tools needed to prevent and resolve local water quality problems.
Alabama Wildlife Federation NaturePlex
2861 Lanark Rd, Millbrook, AL 36054
Friday, May 20th
Approved for 0.7 CEUs from Auburn University
Catered Lunch Provided
Participants receive a free Watershed Stewards handbook
This one-day educational program is open to the general public and strives to educate citizens about watersheds and water issues, provide communities with the knowledge of how to protect and improve water quality and empower communities to help protecting the quality of their watersheds. The program is put on by Alabama Cooperative Extension System Water Program, in partnership with Alabama Water Watch, Auburn’s Water Resource Center, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, and various local watershed partners.
Watershed Systems: What they are and how they work
Watershed Quality: Learn about water quantity and quality in Alabama
How you can improve watershed function
Community driven watershed management
Local water related organizations
For questions please contact Laura Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The training is part of the Alabama Watershed Steward Program funded by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management through a Performance Partnership grant provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 4.