If you are at home can you still impact water quality? Yes! You do not need to be near a river to protect the river. Your home is part of the watershed and what you do at home, or at work, or at the park, or anywhere can impact water quality. There are lots of simple ways to have a positive impact on our waterways. Small changes make a big impact when we all work together. Together, we can create a clean water legacy! See Our Video Here
Webinar Schedule: Envision
Now is a great time to for APWA professionals to take advantage of the educational webinars about Envision, a framework that encourages systemic changes in the planning, design and delivery of sustainable and resilient infrastructure through education, training, and third-party project verification. The APWA, ASCE and ACEC collaborated with the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design to develop Envision.Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) 2020 Webinar Schedule
The Maryland Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education (MAEOE) encourages, engages and empowers communities to understand, responsibly use and promote the natural world. Their Resource Library has information and training to support Environmental Literacy and Schoolyard Projects including home-based environmental education resources for teachers, parents and guardians. Check out their website.
Sustainable Infrastructure Webinar
The final webinar in the series about sustainable civil infrastructure design is tomorrow, December 2, 1PM, presented by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. The webinar qualifies as one elective education hour towards the annual ENV SP credential maintenance requirements. Click the link to register,Dec. 2: Effectively Communicating the Value of Your Infrastructure Projects
STEM at West Virginia University
The West Virginia University (WVU) Center for Excellence in STEM Education offers cutting-edge programs, platforms and partnerships to enhance STEM education in West Virginia at all education levels, K-20.
Click here to learn what WVU has to offer to enhance STEM education.