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    • 1. Basic Hydrology
      Use this forum to post your work in the Basic Hydrology course.  Each learning activity will have a separate topic in the forum, so make sure to post your responses and thoughts by responding to the correct topic.
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    • 9 years, 4 months ago

      Peggy Knapp

    • 2. Stormwater 101
      At the end of this course you should understand the basics of how stormwater works, and how to manage it.  It is an interesting fact that as soon as rain or snow touches the ground, it turns into a "pollution problem."  Use this forum to share ideas and assignments from the Stormwater class.
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    • 3. Water Policy and Governance
      At the end of this course, you will be looking into your city's Stormwater Pollution Protection Plan, and suggesting ideas on how you, as a Master Water Steward, could become involved in the essential work your city does in managing stormwater. Use this forum to post your ideas, and comments on the ideas others post.
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    • 9 years, 3 months ago

      Peggy Knapp

    • 4. Environmental Decision-making
      In this course, you will explore how people make decisions, in particular, decisions about how they interact with their own landscapes.  we'll also look at how to frame messages so your audiences pay attention.  The question of how to move people from understanding to action is a big one.  Use this forum to share your ideas with others.
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    • 9 years, 2 months ago

      Peggy Knapp

    • 5. Community Engagement
      One of the most important things you can do as a Master Water Steward is to get people engaged in the challenge of managing the water that falls out of the sky.  That water, and the environmental impact of that water, belongs to all of us.  The experts can offer advice, but only WE can actually manage the water that falls on our property.  Every drop matters.  Use this forum to share your ideas on how to engage your communities.
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