1. First Outflow video of 2012


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    Lamont and I visited "the Monster" off Alki beach.... Read about this and other stories, and how you can help at: www.btlgproject.com

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    • Spring Thaw


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      As the snow melts and the ground begins to thaw!

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      • Rain gardens and environmental design


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        Michelle explains what a rain garden is and how it is helpful for the environment.

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        • Falling for the Creek (MT Audubon)


          from Conservation Media Added

          Building a home in a riparian area may be a dream come true for some, but we lose more than important bird habitat. You may just lose your home. This film was produced by Conservation Media for Montana Audubon through a grant from TogetherGreen, an initiative of National Audubon and Toyota.

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          • EnviroScape Model


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            EnviroScape model used to demonstrate stormwater runoff and pollution in our waterways at the Illinois River Watershed Partnership's 2011 Watershed Camp.

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            • Chesapeake Unscripted: What happens to stormwater runoff after it rains? (York, PA)


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              We asked people in York, Pennsylvania what happens to stormwater runoff after it rains. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net Produced by Steve Droter Music: "Quand je serai grand" by Löhstana David

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              • Keep Our Rivers Clean


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                Storm drain runoff is polluting our rivers. Please recycle, and make sure your trash goes in the can, and not in our rivers. https://www.facebook.com/groups/Ancloteriverpickupproject/

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                • Indiana - Scott Rodgers Talks Water Pollution on the Geist Reservoir


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                  Scott Rodgers from the Geist/Fall Creek Watershed Alliance talks about water pollution problems on the Geist Reservoir, where he lives and works. Geist Reservoir is a drinking water source and a recreation asset.

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                  • Solving Runoff Block by Block


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                    In cities, we have severely altered the natural water cycle; during storms, this can cause street and basement flooding and result in rainwater carrying pollution into our rivers and streams. Greening movements all over the country are finding new ways to manage this problem and are considering stormwater runoff as a resource instead of a waste. Every homeowner can play a role and have a positive impact through simple actions like disconnecting downspouts, keeping storm drains clean, and diverting rooftop runoff into rain barrels.

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                    • What's the Problem with Stormwater - SustainabilityTALKS


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                      Lorrin Johnson, Student Sustainability Ambassador from Liberty High School provides a concise, visual overview of the problem with polluted stormwater runoff including the relationship between ecosystem integrity and economic vitality in the Puget Sound region. This presentation is used to establish the need for the solutions-oriented SustainabilityTALKS that follow delivered by experts in the field of stormwater management. To see other SustainablityTALKS in this series and to learn more go to sustainabilityambassadors.org/sustainabilitytalks BIO: Lorrin Johnson is a sophomore at Liberty High School and a Sustainability Ambassadors intern. During her time in the program, Lorrin has gained an abundance of knowledge on issues involving our planet and how to solve them sustainably. The program has strengthened Lorrin’s dedication to leadership as she continues to improve her public speaking and project management skills. Over this next year Lorrin is working with her Issaquah Team of Ambassadors to empower students and teachers in her district. She will accomplish this through teacher trainings call the Project Design Lab and through green team capacity building strategies that she is developing with Ambassadors from other districts. She hopes to ignite the same passion she feels for sustainability in others along the way. Lorrin is also involved in her school’s ASB, drill team, and newspaper staff. Links for Learning More.... • Protecting Washington's Water from Stormwater Pollution (Departament of Ecology) https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/publications/publications/0710058.pdf • How We Got Into Such a Mess with Stormwater: http://www.invw.org/article/how-we-got-into-such-a-me-1322 • Ten Things You Can do at Home to Reduce Stormwater Pollution: http://www.sustainabilityambassadors.org/10ThingsYouCanDoAtHome_Manual_SPREADS_lo%20res-4.pdf • Collection of Stormwater Resources for Educators: http://www.pearltrees.com/t/stormwater-educators-resources/id11955023

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