Join us for this free online self-paced course introducing you to the basics of water quality, watershed health, and ways to get involved. Part of the Alabama Watershed Stewards educational programming, this self-paced course will give you a foundational knowledge about watersheds, non-point source pollution, and ways to protect water quality.
Note: This course is available all year, you can enroll at any time.
Basics of Watershed Systems
Causes of Watershed Impairments
How to use Best Management Practices
How Communities Make a Difference
Complete course videos and quizzes
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved
The course is self-paced so that you can log-in for up to 6 months
Takes roughly 1/hr day for 5 days to complete
Complete all the course requirements and receive .7 CEUs from Auburn University.
Learn more about Alabama Watershed Stewards here: http://aces.edu/aws
This educational training was developed by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System in partnership with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and other agencies including Alabama Water Watch with the Auburn Water Resources Center. This project was fully funded by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management through a Clean Water Act Section 319(h) nonpoint source grant provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 4.